Manchester United transfer target Kevin Strootman will make a decision on his future after Euro 2012, according to the Daily Mirror.
The £18m-rated Dutch midfielder is one of United's summer priorities, as they look to rebuild their midfield to wrestle back the Premier League title from rivals Manchester City.
The PSV star only made the switch to the Eindhoven club last summer, but has been linked with a move away after a stellar first season, with Inter and AC Milan both said to be interested.
But Ferguson is equally thought to be keen to land the 22-year-old, who has won praise for his creative vision and box-to-box energy.
Speaking to Calciomercato, Strootman's agent Chiel Dekker said the player's future will be resolved after Holland's Euro 2012 campaign.
"Inter Milan and the player? At the moment there is nothing concrete. Manchester United? The same," said Dekker.
"The boy is not worried at all and is just focused on his work for Holland. Eventually, after the Euros we will see what might happen."
Strootman signed a five-year deal after signing from FC Utrect at the end of last season, and made 18 league appearances as his new club PSV finished third in Eredivisie.