Bring him home
I get the point you are making to other poster, but by doing so your posts are becoming more and more ridiculous as you do it.Did you watch the game?
Leicester gave up space. He had the ball in dangerous positions throughout the game and did nothing with it. You can take the stance that he didn't have a good game offensively and had an off day, but what about off the ball?
He doesn't challenge headers, he doesn't press, he is non existent intensity wise. Also, if anyone paid attention to the lattefirm breakdown, he has been struggling with an ankle injury for a long time and doesn't finish matches very often. But yeah, he looks good on YouTube.
Did you ever see Messi or Ronaldo pressing at their peak? Often teams allow their most talented attacker to conserve energy when defending so they are fresher in attacking situations, and avoid physical challenges so they don't get injured. Maybe this is an instruction from the PSV manager as opposed to a flaw in the player... As you say you can't make assumptions off one game.
He looks like he would make zero impact in the PL. Like you said he has shown zero pace, intensity and not once even took on a man. I can see our scouts being impressedSecond half nearly over. Can't be bothered to watch anymore. He had zero impact. He had space and opportunities and just doesn't look fast enough of intense enough. Can't beat a man and can't go on the outside either. Sangare is the only PSV player worth buying.
Should've bought Sangaré when he was available for 8M when Toulouse got relegated. Wish listed him so many times.So on my Gakpo watch again. Done nothing so far. Doesn't seem to be able to dribble past anyone.
Sangare on the other hand. He is a player! So calm under pressure. So strong when pressed. Plays between the lines. Cuts off passing lanes. Dominant in the air. Recovery pace. Literally the best midfielder on the pitch. Tielemans has a mistake in him every game.
We would be stupid to not buy Sangare considering we have scouted him extensively. Buy him and push Partey higher and to the left.