PSV Eindhoven and Borussia Dortmund in an agreement scheme for the transfer of Dutch football player Doniel Malin

PSV Eindhoven and Borussia Dortmund in an agreement scheme for the transfer of Dutch football player Doniel Malin

The planned transfer of Doniel Malin from Eindhoven to Borussia Dortmund has been completed. If all goes well, he will be medically examined by his upcoming new club this weekend. It certainly doesn’t look like Malin will return to PSV now that Borussia Dortmund and PSV Eindhoven have found each other largely orally.




He was supposed to train again on Saturday at the De Herdgang training complex, but is preparing – ice and again – for the “Die Borussen” move.

Consultation with Raiola

Business observer Mino Raiola was seen in Eindhoven on Thursday and, according to this newspaper’s sources, he held high-level consultations with Eindhoven. There are also reported to be discussions with Borussia Dortmund director Michael Zorc. Malin wants to travel as soon as possible to the German club’s training camp in Switzerland, although all verbal agreements have not yet been agreed.

PSV will receive 30 million euros for two million, but a number of terms are still being negotiated. Ajax will receive 1.5 per cent of the transfer fee and 1 per cent on Arsenal. In addition, agent Mino Raiola has entered into agreements with PSV on the distribution of transfer fees. These agreements can always change significantly in the event of a final transfer, making it difficult to estimate how much PSV is left. The latter is tricky anyway because bonus agreements with Dortmund may apply, which is not 100 per cent certain whether they will be paid.

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