Jeffrey Bruma looks set to move to the Eredivisie.
Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma is in talks with PSV Eindhoven over a transfer to the Dutch club this summer, reveals the player’s agent.
“It was a first meeting. We will listen to each other,” Jan de Visser told Voetbal international.
“I expect there are other sides interested as well but we are curious about the plans for next season.”
Bruma has spent the last two seasons on-loan at Bundesliga side Hamburger SV, after finding opportunities at Stamford Bridge extremely limited following his move from Feyenoord in 2007.
The 21-year-old has also spent time at Leicester City whilst in England, but after making just 10 appearances for the Blues in his six years at the club it seems the centre-back is ready to move on.
Fellow Netherlands side FC Twente have also shown interest in the Chelsea youngster, but PSV look like the favourites as they look to strengthen at the back following the departure of veteran defender Wilfried Bouma.
New coach at the Eredivisie runners-up Phillip Cocu would make Bruma his first signing since succeeding Dick Advocaat at the Philips Stadion.
The Blues defender has played four times for the Dutch national side during his time at Stamford Bridge, although he was dropped from the national squad for the under-21s European Championship in 2011 due to his lack of playing time at Chelsea.
Therefore if Bruma wants to continue his international career it’s likely he will need to move from west London.
The centre-back has one-year remaining on his current deal and is valued by Chelsea at £3.4m.