With the internal flame still burning within PSV Eindhoven, the Eredivisie champions are lining up a few summer recruits, namely Francisco Rodríguez of Guadalajara.
The Dutch giants were linked with the Mexican international defender for the first time last December, but
But perhaps now things are different, as the newspaper writes that managing director Jan Reker has been in the Central American country for a few days and on Saturday he watched Rodríguez in action, as Chivas thrashed Puebla 4-0 in a Primera División match.
Meanwhile, Peruvian Jefferson Farfán is reportedly interested in securing a Dutch passport, which would certainly make it easier for him to leave the Eredivisie champions for another club of a EU country.
However, Farfán would have to spend at least another year in the Netherlands to even apply for a Dutch passport, as he would first have to complete the minimum five-year period required. The 23-year-old joined PSV in the summer of '04, while his contract runs up to mid-2010.