PSV Eindhoven defender Jeffrey Bruma has confirmed he is in talks with Inter about a possible move to Serie A in the off-season, although he admits his future is still unclear.
The 24-year-old has been upfront about his desire to move away from the Eredivisie, with confirmation of contact between him and Internazionale being confirmed on Thursday morning.
In an interview with Algemeen Dagblad, the former Chelsea player gave some insight into the discussions between him and the Nerazzurri as well as his thoughts on his short-term future.
"The interview with Inter was about how they see me in their team for the coming season. How their coach Roberto Mancini sees me. Conversely, I asked my questions. You can hear each other out a little bit," the Netherlands international said.
Despite discussions with Inter appearing promising for the player, he has not ruled out a possible move to another league.
"The English league is very nice," he continued. "I’ve obviously been there before.
"But through my HSV period I also have a good idea of the Bundesliga. All top four leagues I like in advance. I would like to ask Stefan de Vrij how he is experiencing Italy."
Somewhat surprisingly, however, Bruma has also not ruled out spending another season in Eindhoven.
"Remaining at PSV is always possible. And is certainly not a punishment," he stated.
"I would stay for the Champions League. Purely to develop through me at that stage, because the Eredivisie I have now won twice already," he said, referring to PSV's consecutive league championship victories.