VI and ED: PSV hopes to solve problems in civil society with old known Pröpper

PSV is committed to a reunion with Davy Pröpper, report Voetbal International and the Eindhovens Dagblad Tuesday evening. The 29-year-old Arnhemmer left the Eindhoven Arnhemmer for Brighton & Hove Albion in 2017, but could now take the opposite path.
According to VI and the ED, Pröpper must provide football capability in the Eindhoven civil society. The current number two of the Eredivisie played regularly this season with Pablo Rosario and Ibrahim Sangaré as a controlling block on the midfield. Critics, however, believed that PSV was not able to play football in the midfield. Later in the season, Olivier Boscagli moved across one line to solve that problem. Ideally, Pröpper should therefore play that role.
However, a transfer is still far away for the time being. Pröpper is stuck with Brighton for two more years and should cost no less than ten million euros, although he did not get to play very often this season. Possibly there can still be a problem, but according to the ED it is only a question whether PSV Pröpper can separate from The Seagulls before the start of the new season.
Pröpper came over from Vitesse in 2015 and moved to the Premier League for thirteen million euros two years later. Meanwhile, he has played 121 official matches on behalf of Brighton, but this season the midfielder was hardly mentioned. Partly due to injuries, the counter stands at eleven games in all competitions, usually short ramps.