Highly-rated PSV defender Jeffrey Bruma admits he's aware of being tracked by a number of clubs but says that he won't be bullied into making one decision or another.
The 23-year-old is believed to be a fall-back option for Internazionale, should they fail to sign Roman Neustadter from the Schalke. Neustadter is reportedly being targeted as a replacement for Joao Miranda, who is said to be on Manchester United's radar.
Bruma has struggled to find a home since signing for Chelsea from Feyenoord's youth set-up nine years ago, spending time on loan at both Leicester and Hamburg since graduating to first-team football.
However, since his €3.5 million move to the Dutch champions in 2013, Bruma has found his feet, playing almost every fixture in the club's last three league campaigns.
"I'm a realist; I know that there's interest in me," Bruma told Telegraaf. "But what I do will be my choice alone, everything depends on me if I leave.
"I don't know much about the rest. I have a contract with PSV for the next two years and that's definitely not a shame, because I'm always grateful to this club for having stayed here so long."