Micky van de Ven (right) has reportedly held talks with Tottenham ahead of a potential move

Tottenham and Liverpool aim for Micky van de Ven breaks silence over possible transfer to Premier League – Daily Mail

Tottenham and Liverpool target Micky van de Ven breaks silence over potential Premier League move as Wolfburg ‘ask £26m for defender’

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Wolfsburg defender Micky van de Ven has spoken out about his proposed move to the Premier League for the first time this summer, having previously admitted that a move “would be nice”.

The 22-year-old’s 2022-23 breakaway, which saw him start 33 Bundesliga games for the Wolves, sparked interest from clubs across Europe.

And the youngster, who is currently part of the Netherlands under-21 selection at the European Championship, immediately responded to questions about a transfer.

“I forwarded it,” says Van de Ven to Voetbal International. ‘I’ve seen it. [Interest] going through my agent now. If there’s serious stuff, he’ll call me.’

A left-sided centre-back, the rising star is a rarity and could reportedly fetch around £26 million if his current club has his way.

The defender is currently with the Orange U21 at the European Championship
Jürgen Klopp is in the middle of a vital team revamp
Ange Postecoglou leaves Tottenham after a hugely successful spell at Celtic

The defender has spoken in the past about his desire to play in England as Liverpool and Spurs make a balanced offer.

New Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou is trying to put together a squad that suits his style of football, while Jürgen Klopp is keen to find a long-term replacement for Joel Matip, who enters the final year of his contract.

‘I’m very good [happy] at Wolfsburg, so I don’t mind staying at Wolfsburg for another year,” he said in May. ‘I’ve read everything. I have good contact with my agent, so I know what is going on. I’ll see where it leads.

‘Hopefully, [moving to a bigger club] would be nice. The Premier League, maybe, yes. Who knows?’

The junior team of Orange had a cautious start at the U21 European Championship with two draws in the first two games. Tuesday’s final group stage match against co-hosts Georgia could mean an early end to their tournament.

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