Manchester United are keep a close eye on Dutch wonderkid Memphis Depay and could make a move in the coming weeks, Metro reports.
Depay was one of the stars for Holland in the World Cup this summer, impressing as the Dutch side finished third in the tournament.
And it seems United manager Louis van Gaal, who was in charge of the national squad, is keen to reunite with Depay at Old Trafford.
However if the Red Devils sign the £17million rated starlet, it is likely that Depay will be loaned out until the start of the next season.
According to BBC reported Mike Keegan: “Staying with MUFC and Dutch players, believe club are monitoring Memphis Depay. Any move could see him loaned out for first year.”
The 20-year-old has been a subject of interests for several clubs after his displays with PSV as well as scoring two goals during the World Cup.
Tottenham Hotspur were also reportedly monitoring Depay’s situation, with new boss Mauricio Pochettino looking to make an impression at his new club.