Dutch youngster Quincy Promes has insisted that everyone wants to join Manchester United, reports The Daily Star.
Promes struck a first half hat-trick in Holland's 6-1 demolition of Scotland's Under 21 team last night, and has been linked with a move to the Red Devils in recent time.
The winger, who is part of Louis van Gaal's preliminary 30-man squad for the World Cup, had a fine season at FC Twente last season, scoring 11 times in 31 appearances.
And at just 22-years-old, the youngster has an extremely bright future in the game, and could yet arrive at The Theatre of Dreams in the up coming market.
Speaking after the match last night, Promes told reporters: "Its nice that such big clubs are calling your name…everyone wants to join Manchester United.
"I know that the head coach of the Dutch team [Louis Van Gaal] is watching, but that is not in my head.
"For me it is only important that we win, and that's what we did today so I am happy."
It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United step up their interest in the winger in the near future, but Van Gaal will certainly be keeping a close eye on him with the World Cup just around the corner.
Manchester United fans will certainly be hoping that Van Gaal's relationship with the talented youngster can help the club secure his signature in the near future.
It looks set to be an extremely busy summer for Van Gaal and Manchester United, with the transfer rumours only just beginning.