Ibrahim Sangaré has pledged his future to PSV: the 24-year-old midfielder has decided to extend his contract until the summer of 2027. ‘’Since the first day, I’ve felt at home here. The way I am received and how people treat me makes me very happy.”
Sangaré joined PSV from French side Toulouse in September 2020. Along with Mario Götze, he was handed his PSV debut on 18 October. The Ivory Coast star soon became a first-team regular and key player in Roger Schmidt’s team. He is comfortable on the ball, physically strong and brings experience and stability in midfield, which has made him an indispensable force.
Sangaré has made 89 appearances for PSV in all competitions so far, scoring five goals and delivering six assists. He has won the KNVB Cup and the Dutch Super Cup but is hungry to win more trophies. “I want to win the Eredivisie title with PSV and reach the UEFA Champions League group stages.’’
PSV Director of Football John de Jong is delighted that Sangaré has penned a new deal: ‘’It is clear that Ibrahim is an interesting player for many clubs, so we are happy he has decided to sign a contract extension with PSV. We are ambitious and want to improve our game compared to last season. Ibrahim would like to play his part. It is a big boost for us that he provides clarity early in August.”