Netherlands international Denzel Dumfries has conceded that he desires to take action abroad to the Premier League, even as he continues negotiations on a contract extension with PSV Eindhoven.
The right-back had a fruitful run over two seasons at the Red and Whites since his appearance on a five-year bargain in mid-2018 from Heerenveen, partially as a swap for Atletico Madrid's Santiago Arias purchase.
Consequently, he has secured himself an ordinary spot in the national team arrangement and is believed to be essential for Frank de Boer's team at the current year's postponed Euro 2020.
The 24-year-old has been recently connected with interest from both
and has now opened up about his desire to test himself as he moves toward the prime of his vocation away from his nation of origin.
Dumfries has likewise admitted that he may have just left theEredivisie
if it wasn't for the Covid-19 pandemic while expressing that he desires to win a domestic title before leaving Netherland.
"We are in talks and the intention, as it stands, is to extend my contract," said the defender.
"But a contract extension does not automatically mean that I will stay here longer.
"My interests currently align with those of PSV of course - but I also have my own career. There are new things on the horizon [for me].
"[A departure] did not happen [due to the pandemic] and I am very happy at PSV. But I do feel that, as a footballer and as a person, I am ready to take the next step abroad.
"The Premier League and the Bundesliga, they suit my game. I can see the headlines again, but I think I can say this and I think everyone can see that I am ready to move on.
"I have played for four years at the highest level in the Netherlands and have played more than a hundred matches for PSV. It will soon be time for the next step [but] a title will be the icing on the cake."
PSV are as of now, third in the Eredivisie standings, a point behind pioneers Ajax after playing 15 matches.
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