PSV midfielder Kevin Strootman has put a number of Premier League clubs on red alert after the agent of the in-demand 22-year-old revealed that he could leave the Eredivisie in January.
Manchester United are one of a clutch of clubs thought to be interested in the Dutchman after Martin Ferguson, scout and brother of Sir Alex, made a trip to Eindhoven to watch the midfielder last season, though no offer was made.
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PSV are said to value their player at £20 million, but Strootman's agent Chiel Dekker says he is ready to push through a move in the January transfer window.
"Strootman has had a good time in Eindhoven, but he decided that he wants to prove himself in a better league," Dekker told Russian newspaper Izvestia.
"If an agreement is able to be reached with a potentially interested club, PSV will allow Kevin to leave in January."
A bid of £15m could be enough to secure a deal according to reports, and could see Sir Alex make a move into the market after only landing attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa in the summer, with Strootman a more defensive-minded player.