Micky van de Ven made his debut at VfL Wolfsburg this season and is likely to attract the interest of several top clubs.
With Micky van de Ven, VfL Wolfsburg apparently has a coveted central defender in its ranks. Like Christian Falk, Head of Football Picturegroup, at Caught Offside reported the young Dutchman appears to be attracting interest from Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City and Barcelona, among others.
The 21-year-old has matured into an absolute regular at Wolfsburg this season and is also a Dutch U21 international. According to the report, in addition to the four clubs mentioned, the top clubs in Serie A have also put out feelers to van de Ven: Juventus Turin, AC Milan, Inter Milan and AS Roma are also scouting the defender.
VfL would probably be willing to talk from a transfer fee of 30 million euros.
Van de Ven was trained in the youth of Eredivise club FC Volendam. Wolfsburg got rid of the talent in the summer of 2021 for 3.5 million euros from the then second division team – a bargain from today’s point of view.
As an absolute top performer, van de Ven has played in all 25 Bundesliga games this season and contributed one goal and two assists.