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PSV duo Walter Benítez and Joël Drommel likely to leave the club this summer as Feyenoord goalkeeper Timon Wellenreuther emerges as a transfer target



According to Voetbal International, PSV Eindhoven have eyes on Feyenoord goalkeeper Timon Wellenreuther as the futures of Walter Benítez and Joël Drommel remain uncertain. Benítez could be heading for the exit door due to his expiring contract and Drommel is likely to look elsewhere due to a lack of game time at the Philips Stadion.

PSV are hoping that Walter Benítez will stay at the end of the season, but it seems that the 31-year-old is yet to make a decision on his future. Feyenoord goalkeeper Timon Wellenreuther is high up on PSV’s list of possible replacements. The German shot stopper is usually Arne Slot’s backup option, but injury to Justin Bijlow has resulted in more game time for the 28-year-old. In his 17 Eredivisie appearances this season, Timon Wellenreuther has kept nine clean sheets, resulting in interest from several sides including PSV. The former Schalke, Willem II and Anderlecht goalkeeper has a year remaining on his contract at De Kuip.

RKC Waalwijk goalkeeper Etienne Vaesse is also an option for PSV. The 28-year-old is experiencing another strong season, maintaining fine form after suffering a serious head injury last year. However, there is little chance that Vaessen would become first choice goalkeeper in Eindhoven.

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