The father of PSV winger Steven Bergwijn says Inter Milan have not made any contact with him over the services of his in-demand son.
Reports in the Netherlands have stated that the 21-year-old has attracted interest from the Nerazzurri and Liverpool.
Bergwijn senior admitted Serie A would be a good move for his boy, but is at the moment happy with PSV and respects the contract that he has at the Philips Stadion.
“I haven’t heard any interest in my son, and we’re not trying to leave. If PSV decide to sell him it’ll be at the end of the season, not in the January transfer window,” Bergwijn’s dad told FCInterNews.
“No-one from Inter has ever contacted me, and I want to make it clear that Steven is not pushing to leave PSV. He’s very grateful for what they’ve done for him.
“His contract expires on June 30, 2022. He recently signed a new three-year deal and extended it for another year. Serie A is a nice league with many great teams, not to mention it’s in a beautiful country where the food is delicious.
“Steven loves football, he can adapt to any league, if necessary, but when we move to another country, the social aspect is very important.
“At the moment he doesn’t have a preferred league, because he’s not thinking about leaving PSV. Other players might call their agents all the time to ask about big clubs being interested, but he doesn’t.”