Kenneth Post after the rental period, permanently, the transition from PSV to PEC Zwolle. The defender signed Thursday a contract for three years.
“The past season I have learned a lot at PEC Zwolle”, says the jeugdinternational. “This club has given me the opportunity to gain more experience in the Premier league.”
“From day one, I am well taken care of by the club, my team-mates, but also by the supporters. I am also pleased that my period in Zwolle now does not stop, but with three seasons will be extended.”
The 21-year-old full-was born in Arnhem and NEC in 2010, when PSV visit. Pole played 88 games for Jong PSV in the First Division and came to five duels in the main body.
Because a breakthrough did not come, was Pole last season at PEC Zwolle rented out, an option to purchase insisted. That option makes the club from Overijssel now use. Two clubs report not the amount of money that the transfer is involved, but reportedly receives PSV 350,000 euros.
‘Pole has the potential to be even better’
Pole is the first strengthening of PEC for the new season. The club took this week leave of midfielder Younes Namli (FC Krasnodar) and goalkeeper Mickey van der Hart (Lech Poznan).
“I am pleased that we managed to Kenneth now final to take over PSV,” says technical director Gerard Nijkamp of PEC. “Kenneth is a boy who has a position in full-great to fill in and has the potential to be even better.”
Pole played last season in 32 matches at PEC. “He had hours to make and that is successful,” said Nijkamp. “Virtually the entire season, he stood his ground in the rear.”
PEC ended last season as thirteenth in the Premier league.