“I find a fifty million bid for Sangaré violent”

Kenneth Perez spoke about the governance crisis at PSV. The analyst understands that the supervisory board required former technical director John de Jong to manage more from a financial point of view.
In the ESPN program Voetbalpraat, Vincent Schildkamp states that De Jong did exactly what he should do by keeping Cody Gakpo and Ibrahim Sangaré inboard. I dont agree with that, Perez responds. If you drop a fifty million euro bid for Sangaré, I find that almost violent. Chelsea wanted to strike at PSV a day before Deadline Day with a forty million euro bid for the Ivorian, but PSV rejected that.
Leeds United thought it would take off with Gakpo on the closing day of the transfer window. The Peacocks offered thirty million euros, excluding thirteen million euros, in bonuses that are difficult to achieve. I didn
t agree to that either, says Perez. But, you have to be financially healthy. You can use the money in a different way, for two other positions. That still makes you stronger.
The Dane insists that the supervisory board, including Robert van der Wallen, rules without football intelligence. A lot of money… And at a football club, that doesnt mean you necessarily understand how football works.