Dutch international winger Noah Lang has officially become the second attacking signing of the summer for Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven after completing a record move to the Philips Stadion from Belgian side Club Brugge KV.
The 24-year-old versatile winger enjoyed a three-year breakout spell in the Venice of the north, scoring 38 goals in 125 appearances across all competitions while staring on the European stage on a number of occasions for Blauw-Zwart.
After first coming through the youth ranks at AFC Ajax before ultimately failing to make the grade in Amsterdam, Lang properly cut his teeth in Belgium with Brugge across three seasons that, at one stage, caused him to be linked with the likes of Arsenal and Leeds United on the back of sensational performances at Jan Breydel Stadium.
Now heading back to the nation of his birth with bitter Ajax rivals PSV, Lang becomes the club’s most expensive signing in history ahead of former goalscoring prodigy Mateja Kežman, Mexican star Hirving Lozano, and former Dutch international Jeffrey Bruma.
Lang follows in the wake of United States international starlet Ricardo Pepi as the second attacking signing this summer, after the American striker joined from Bundesliga outfit FC Augsburg, and could link up in a front three that is also likely to comprise highly-touted young Belgian winger Johan Bakayoko.