‘Next season I want to go abroad again and maybe that will be at PSV’

Michal Sadílek is back in his element at Slovan Liberec in the Czech competition. The midfielder is rented from PSV, but it does miss the club.
Despite the fact that the Eindhoven people decided to rent him out, the Czech still cherishes warm feelings for the club. “It has always been a huge honor for me to play for PSV,” he says to Eindhovens Dagblad. “I did what I was asked to do and fought hard for the team. Every minute of the day, I was ready to play PSV, and I am so proud to be able to wear the shirt.”
That sounds as if Sadílek will not return to Eindhoven next season, but according to the small midfielder, a choice has not yet been made. Technical manager John de Jong keeps an eye on the transactions of Slovan and the mercenary. “Next season I want to play outside the Czech Republic anyway and whether this is PSV is still waiting for a while,” says the left-hand man about that.
This season, 21-year-old Sadílek competed in 15 league matches with Slovan, which is a subtopper in the Czech competition. So far, he scored three goals, some of which he did not reach in 27 Eredivision duels for PSV.