Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma would be interested in a summer transfer to PSV Eindhoven and has already opened talks with the club about a possible move, according to his agent, Jan de Visser.
Sky Sports reports how the 21-year-old has just returned from a second season-long loan spell in Germany with Hamburg, after the Bundesliga club opted against making Bruma's switch permanent.
After arriving at Stamford Bridge in 2005, the Holland U21 international has struggled to make a first-team breakthrough at Chelsea, and has made just four senior appearances for the Premier League club.
Prior to joining Hamburg, Bruma enjoyed a brief stint with Leicester City in 2011, and it had been anticipated that the Dutchman could see out the final year of his Blues contract in England with another club.
However, after his representative held preliminary discussions with PSV technical director Marcel Brands and coach Philip Cocu, the Chelsea youngster could now be on his way back to his homeland with a move to the Eredivisie.
"It was a first meeting. We will listen to each other," De Visser told Voetbal international.
"I expect there are other sides interested as well but we are curious about the plans for next season."