No PSV offer for Gomes

Heurelho Gomes' agent insists PSV Eindhoven have yet to make an offer for the Tottenham goalkeeper.

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Heurelho Gomes: Linked with return to PSV Eindhoven

Heurelho Gomes: Linked with return to PSV Eindhoven

Heurelho Gomes' agent insists PSV Eindhoven have yet to make any offer for the Tottenham goalkeeper.

PSV have been strongly linked with a move to bring Gomes back to the Philips Stadion, with Newcastle thought to be chasing Jeroen Zoet.

Gomes enjoyed a successful four-year spell at PSV between 2004 and 2008 before making the move to Tottenham.

The 32-year-old, who is entering the final year of his contract at Tottenham, has found himself down the pecking order at White Hart Lane during the last two seasons and spent the second half of last term on loan at Hoffenheim.

Gomes is expected to leave Tottenham this summer and the player's agent Alex Soares says that, although there has been no contact from PSV, the keeper would be interested in a move back to Holland.

"Heurelho had a fantastic and victorious history at PSV. He experienced the best time of his career there. To date he still receives messages, letters etc... from the PSV fans," Soares told Sky Sports.

"Heurelho is a Tottenham player and he is under contract.

"I can confirm that we have not received any official offer or contact from PSV in relation to Heurelho's return.

"Maybe the rumours around his move to PSV is due to his previous years at the club and the PSV fans' wishes.

"I am sure that if PSV want him back, Gomes' decision will be very easy to take."


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