Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton are monitoring Club Brugge winger Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld, according to reports.

Groeneveld, 21, has been out of action since October with an ankle injury, but that hasn’t stopped clubs from taking an interest in signing him.

According to The Daily Mail, the Netherlands international is attracting attention from a range of European sides, including AC Milan who have recently had a £9 million bid rejected.

Manchester City are also said to have been interested in the player recently, and his future lies in the balance just seven months on from transferring to Brugge from NEC Nijimegen.

However, it’s the Premier League trio of Liverpool, Everton and Spurs who are the ones keen to sign the winger during the current transfer window with the ankle issue not viewed as a huge problem right now.

Before the injury, Groeneveld grabbed attention after a brilliant goal against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, while also making his international debut against Germany in October.

It remains to be seen whether any Premier League club will launch a formal offer, but for now, Groeneveld is becoming a key target for many of the division’s clubs.

Source: Metro

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