Dutch local newspaper Eindhovens Dagblad is reporting that Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma is set to leave Hamburger SV.
Bruma, 21, has joined the Bundesliga side on loan in the summer of 2011, but has recently lost his place in the starting line-up.
This is not an ideal situation for his parent club Chelsea, and Blues advisor Piet de Visser claims the defender is set to leave HSV in search of first team football.
“His situation at Hamburg is currently not as we hoped,” De Visser told Eindhovens Dagblad.
“He is currently not a first choice with his coach. Bruma is a boy who needs to play week in week out.”
Vitesse and PSV Eindhoven hope to take advantage of the situation and are ready to offer the player an escape route from Imtech Arena.
Giants PSV Eindhoven are obviously closer to securing the player’s signature, although they will have to promise him regular football if they want to lure him to Eindhoven.
Jeffrey Bruma has made a total of 31 Bundesliga appearances for Hamburger SV, and scored 2 goals.