Netherlands international Arnaut Groeneveld is a target for Premier League trio Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton, according to reports.
The Daily Mail claim the three top flight clubs are ‘tracking’ Groeneveld, the winger, after the impressive performances he has put in for Club Brugge in Belgium.
He’s scored an impressive five goals and created a further four in just 15 appearances this season, playing predominately on the left of Brugge’s midfield.
Groeneveld is currently out of action with an ankle injury that has kept him sidelined since October, but the interest in him remains and Brugge are aware scouts are watching their prized asset.
Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton are among the clubs keeping tabs on the youngster, while Milan have already had a £9million bid for him rejected, according to the same report.
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Given the demand in Groeneveld Brugge could look to cash in on him, just six months after they bought the Nigeria-born winger from NEC Nijmegen; he started his career at PSV Eindhoven before joining their fellow Dutch side.
Still just 21, Groeneveld has already been capped by the Netherlands, and he scored on his second appearance for Oranje in a 1-1 draw with Belgium.