Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven will hold out until in the summer if bids north of 30 million euros is not received for winger Steven Bergwijn.
Bergwijn is currently being eyed by a host of clubs and PSV have alerted suitors to bring to the table only bids that hit just at the 30 million euros mark, as that will be the only starting offer that will make them put their ears down to listen.
Manchester United are keeping tabs on the 21-year-old reports say. The winger has emerged target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side who are gradually clawing back into the race for a top four finish.
Bergwijn is still being scouted by United representatives, it is understood.
Reds sent representatives from their camp to look into the player’s performance last week. It would be interesting to see him play at Old Trafford, but United will have to work harder to pull a deal for him.
Coughing up 30 million euros is like throwing a pebble in an ocean, it won’t shake the financial structure of United, but what could scare them is interest pouring in from the Serie A.
Inter Milan and Napoli are interested in the winger and Rossoneri AC Milan had seen a bid of 20 million euros rejected by the club, though that has quickly been put down by the side who feigned about receiving any offers from the San Siro.