However, Roma are favourites to land the signature of the Dutch international.
PSV have revealed that although they consider midfielder Kevin Strootman not for sale, they can’t rule out a potential exit for an “important offer”.
It is understood that Serie A side Roma are favourites to sign the 23-year-old, with reports in Italy suggesting a fee of €17m has already been agreed, with additional bonuses meaning it could eventually rise to €20m.
Manchester United have been linked with a move this summer, although at this stage PSV technical director Marcel Brands has revealed that the Giallorossi are the only club to have directly contacted them.
Nevertheless, the Dutch giants are not entirely keen on selling considering their business thus far. They have already sold Erik Pieters, Dries Mertens and Jeremain Lens this summer, and are hoping to avoid losing another key player.
“Roma have contacted us to tell us that they are interested in Kevin Strootman,” Brands told Fox Sports as reported by Sky Sports.
“We have told Roma that Strootman is not for sale, and only an important offer could convince us otherwise.
“In our opinion, Roma is the only club to be interested in Strootman, but they have made no offer.”
The player’s agent, Chiel Dekker, has revealed he will wait until the two clubs come to an agreement before entering talks with the capital club over personal terms for the Dutch international.
Meanwhile, the season has not got off to an ideal start for the current Roma players, who were greeted at the first day of training on Tuesday by jeers and angry supporters.
It is understood that the anger of losing the Coppa Italia final to bitter city rivals Lazio has not yet been forgotten, while there are still plenty of questions surrounding the future of striker Pablo Osvaldo as well as other key squad members.