The young forward from the Netherlands, Steven Bergwijn, could join Manchester United next summer provided the English side qualify for 2020-21 UEFA Champions League. 

While Man Utd are keen on signing a winger, Bergwijn has made it clear that he would not consider moving to a club outside of Europe’s major tournament.

The 22-year-old, who came through the academy at PSV, scored 14 goals in 33 appearances in the Eredivisie last season and that performance has led to several Europe's major clubs including Man Utd showing interest in him.

Although Bergwijn has accepted a contract extension that would allow the Dutch club to keep him until 2023, it is unlikely to stop clubs like Man Utd to try snatching him from PSV this summer.

Bergwijn, who is yet to score for his national team having played for them in seven international matches, has managed to net three goals for PSV this season and also has created seven assists. 

According to Mirror, the Man Utd scouts have had their eyes on the Holland national player for some time now. Unfortunately, Bergwijn is currently out of action with a hamstring injury, which he picked up during the Europa League game against LASK Linz.

Familiar feeling: Manchester United have not won away from home since March Familiar feeling: Manchester United have not won away from home since March Photo: AFP / Ian KINGTON

If at all Bergwijn ends up leaving next year, PSV are expected to demand a fee of at least $51 million as they are in a strong negotiating position with the player having over three years of his contract left to run.

According to another report, Man Utd could soon lose Nemanja Matic. Having fallen behind Scott McTominay and Fred in midfield, Matic is ready to part ways with Old Trafford in the lookout of more playing time. The Italian clubs - AC Milan and Inter Milan - are two possible options for Matic if Man Utd agrees for a move.

Man Utd are linked to several players ahead of January's transfer window. Amidst a disappointing start, the former champions are looking to strengthen their attacking options. 

After selling Romelu Lukaku and loaning Alexis Sanchez to Inter Milan during last summer, Man Utd have failed to recover as they are left with only Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial as their key attackers.

Earlier it was reported that Man Utd chief Ed Woodward is willing to back the club's boss, Ole Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club is believed to be ready to spend a whooping price $94 million on recruits.