PSV Eindhoven starlet Memphis Depay will consider any offers he receives this summer amid reported interest from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
Depay enjoyed a bright World Cup campaign for Netherlands under the guidance of Louis van Gaal and has subsequently been linked with moves to the Premier League duo.
The winger was recently advised by PSV manager Philip Cocu to remain at the club for at least another year and while the 20-year-old is in no great rush to leave the Phillips Stadion, he will consider his options over the coming weeks before making a decision on his future.
"I am enjoying myself at PSV, but if nice clubs from big leagues make an approach I will of course think about it," Depay was quoted as saying by Dutch daily De Telegraaf.
"There is plenty of interest but staying at PSV is definitely an option. I understand that the fans want me to play well this season in Eindhoven. I see so many kids with my name on their shirt.
"That makes me proud, but ultimately I am the one who decides what my career will look like and no one else."
Depay shone for van Gaal's Netherlands in Brazil, fuelling speculation the coach would look to bring him to Manchester following the conclusion of the competition.
The United boss has indicated that a new centre half is at the top of his agenda, but his recent comments suggest he will be happy with his current squad as it is if the club fail to add any more names.
"I want to give the current players an honest chance. We are winning everything, maybe we don't need other players," van Gaal told reporters.
United secured moves for Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw in the space of two days at the end of June but the club have yet to make further moves in the transfer market.