Talented young England winger, Noni Madueke, has signed a new contract at PSV Eindhoven. Madueke has signed a four-year deal, keeping him at the Dutch club until 2025. The England U21 international had been linked with a move away this summer, with several Premier League clubs reportedly interested.
The new contract, however, will expel any remaining rumours linking Madueke with a summer transfer. Madueke has made an impressive start to the season, scoring six goals in nine matches for PSV.
Noni Madueke Signs New Contract at PSV
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Noni Madueke Contract
It has been a summer in which there have been several rumours linking Madueke with a big move away from PSV. However, it ends with Noni Madueke signing a new contract with the Dutch club, reflecting his growing importance to the side.
Still just 19-years-old, Madueke can look forward to continue starring at a very competitive level with PSV. In an interview on the club’s YouTube page, Madueke said: “I’m really happy that I’m going to extend, I’m happy for the connection that we have. There are going to be some great times in
“I’m delighted to be able to extend my contract at this beautiful club. I’ve been here since I was 16, and I’m happy that the journey’s going to continue.”
A Star on the Rise
Madueke joined PSV as a 16-year-old in 2018, leaving Tottenham Hotspur and rejecting Manchester United in the process. He made his debut in the 2019/20 season, as he looked to break his way into the first-team squad.
It was last season though, that Madueke really started to show what he’s got. Although he only started six Eredivisie games, making a further 17 appearances off the bench, he scored seven goals and got six assists.
Noni Madueke continues to go from strength-to-strength, having already found the back of the net six times this season. He will undoubtedly be a key player this campaign, and could inspire PSV to their first Eredivisie title since 2017/18.
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