In Focus: Bergwijn fits the bill at Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur are one of many Premier League clubs keeping a close eye on PSV Eindhoven attacker Steven Bergwijn, according to ESPN.

What’s the word?

It is not difficult to understand why the 20-year-old is reportedly attracting attention from numerous clubs.

In 22 Eredivisie games this season, the youngster has scored five goals and created six assists for PSV.

ESPN reports that the Dutch club are expecting a number of clubs to make offers for their talented player.

The publication claims that Everton are also sniffing around, and it is likely that Bergwijn will sign for a Premier League outfit.

Tottenham are no stranger to dealing with Dutch clubs having signed Jan Vertonghen, Christian Ajax and Davinson Sanchez over the years.

Does Bergwijn suit Tottenham?

Manager Mauricio Pochettino has proven that he can help young players transform into first-team regulars.

Dele Alli is a prime example as he thrived on the elite stage following his 2015 move from MK Dons.

At the age of just 21, the midfielder is frequently in Tottenham’s first XI and is a fully-fledged England international.

Bergwijn has shown plenty of promise and he also possesses versatility given that he can play on either wing.

Spurs could be the best environment for the Dutchman to develop in, and there is certainly a route to the first team under Pochettino.