PSV Eindhoven attacker Steven Bergwijn is attracting serious interest from Premier League outfit Manchester United according to the Daily Star.
It was revealed that the Red Devils will have to spend at least £40m on the Dutch international winger and that they have sent scouts to watch him on several occasions with a view to a summer transfer swoop in the New Year.
Steven Bergwijn will only leave PSV Eindhoven for Manchester United on one condition per the aforementioned report and that is Champions League.
The PSV Eindhoven star is recuperating from a hamstring injury at the moment and will only leave his Dutch club for the Theatre of Dreams if Manchester United qualify for Champions League football next season.
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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his players are a long way from securing a spot in next season’s edition of Europe’s premier club cup competition.
The Red Devils are in seventh position on the Premier League table presently with 16 points from 12 games and they are nine points off city rivals and champions Manchester City who occupy the last spot in the top four which guarantees Champions League football.
Manchester United can still qualify through the Europa League route.