Manchester United are reportedly in danger of losing young midfield prospect Andreas Pereira on a free transfer at the end of the current campaign.
According to French newspaper Le10 sport, the Belgian midfielder, who will be out of a contract at Old Trafford this summer is looking to move away from the club as he is not happy with Louis van Gaal's plans for his future development.
The midfielder is keen to join a club, where he can feature regularly for the first-team and the report claims that his father Marcos Pereira, who is also his agent, has opened talks with PSV Eindhoven over a summer move.
The Dutch manager has given various youngsters at the club plenty of opportunities this season, but the Belgian midfielder has had just a couple of chances, despite starring for the youth teams.
Pereira is now keen to find a new club for next season, and apart from the Eredivisie club, French champions Paris Saint-Germain are also said to be keen to sign the youngster.
The Ligue 1 side made an approach to sign the 19-year-old midfielder during the January transfer window, but their offer was rejected by the Premier League giants.
The Belgian youth player's father acknowledged PSG's interest during the winter window but was not sure if the club had contacted his current employers over a move. However, the move failed to materialise and the youngster remains free to negotiate a pre-contract with a club of his choosing outside of the Premier League.
If the French capital club renew their interest in the midfielder during the summer, they face competition from PSV, who will have an upper hand in the negotiations as Pereira spent six years of his youth with the Eredivisie club, making it a homecoming for the youngster.