Manchester United have cemented their interest in Steven Bergwijn by asking PSV to keep them informed of any change on their selling stance.
Inter and Liverpool have both been credited with keeping tabs on the winger, who has impressed in the Eredivisie this season. It is believed PSV value him at £25million.
According to The Mirror, United once again had scouts watching Bergwijn last weekend in Holland.
He was part of the PSV side that visited FC Emmen last Sunday, setting up the second goal before the league leaders succumbed to a late fightback to surrender two points.
It was the ninth goal he has laid on in all competitions this season, including PSV’s goal in the final Champions League group clash with Inter that effectively sent Tottenham through to the knockout stages.
He has since created a 10th, setting up the opener in Saturday’s win against Groningen.
He has also proved handy in front of goal himself, scoring 10 times this season.
His last strike came in the 3-1 win against Alkmaar at the end of December, a goal that saw him score for the fourth consecutive league game.