According to Voetbal International in the Netherlands, Tottenham Hotspur have failed with their attempts to keep teenager Nonso Madueke, and he is in Eindhoven today to join PSV.
Spurs have already seen Keanan Bennetts leave for Borussia Monchengladbach and Christian Maghoma for Arka Gdynia, and another young talent is leaving the club for a move to Europe.
Reports from Eindhovens Dagblad last month suggested that PSV Eindhoven were moving closer to signing midfielder Nonso Madueke, and that deal appears set for completion.
Voetbal International have offered an update today, claiming that Madueke is in Eindhoven today in order to put the finishing touches on his move to the Eredivisie champions.
It's claimed that Tottenham did attempt to keep Madueke by offering him a new contract, but he has decided to move on and try his luck in the Netherlands, snubbing interest from Chelsea and Manchester United too.
Madueke, 16, has been coming up through the ranks with Spurs, and whilst he has been touted for a big future, he seemingly didn't see that future being in North London.
Able to play for England or Nigeria, Madueke will be hoping that his move to the Netherlands helps progress his career, and Spurs will be keeping close tabs on his progress in the hope that he doesn't become the one that got away.