PSV has taken over goalkeeper Vincent Müller from Würzburger Kickers. The twenty-year-old keeper will immediately join the first team.
Müller is given time to develop
Müller, who signed for three years in Eindhoven, went through the youth academy at FC Köln, but did not get further than the second team at the club from his hometown Cologne. Last year he switched to Würzburger Kickers.
With that club, where he was between the posts 25 times, he was promoted to the Second Bundesliga last season.
With the arrival of Müller, PSV has four keepers in the selection of the first team. Trainer Roger Schmidt also has access to Yvon Mvogo, Lars Unnerstall and Maxime Delanghe.
Mvogo started in the base at PSV in the first two Eredivisie matches. Both in the away match against FC Groningen and in the home game with FC Emmen, the 26-year-old Swiss made a huge blunder, which led to a goal against.
Müller sees PSV as a good next step in his career. “PSV is a great big club, which is highly regarded internationally,” said the keeper on the site of the Eindhoven team.
“It is an honor for me to have the confidence and the opportunity to develop myself at a young age. I will do everything I can to repay that trust to the club.”
Technical director John de Jong is pleased that with the arrival of the young German, PSV has completed its goalkeeper base for the coming years.
“Vincent is a talented young goalkeeper who we are going to give the space to develop. With Mvogo and Unnerstall we have two good experienced keepers. Müller and Maxime Delanghe are boys for the future. With customization, depending on the program of the A-“. selection and Jong PSV, we will guide them step by step. “