PSV seems to be stunting just before the transfer deadline expires by attracting Mario Götze. According to WE and the Eindhovens Dagblad the 2014 world champion will receive a medical examination on Tuesday evening, after which he will sign a two-year contract.
28-year-old Götze is transfer-free, after his expiring contract with Borussia Dortmund was not extended last summer.
The 63-time international of Germany scored the only goal of the game in the extension of the 2014 World Cup final against Argentina as a substitute.
Götze broke through more than ten years ago at Borussia Dortmund, the club where he attended the youth academy. In 2013 Bayern Munich took over the playmaker for about 37 million euros. After three years in Bavaria, he returned to Dortmund, where he was no longer assured of a starting place in recent years.
According to various media, Götze received offers from major clubs from Italy, Spain and Germany in recent weeks, but he opts for a transfer to the Eredivisie.
The attacking midfielder will be PSV’s third acquisition on Deadline Day. The Eindhoven team, who have a German trainer with Roger Schmidt, hired midfielders Adrian Fein (Bayern Munich) and Marco van Ginkel (Chelsea) earlier on Tuesday.