PSV Eindhoven are showing interest in FK Buducnost full-back Andrija Vukcevic, reports Voetbal International.
The Dutch giants already have one Montenegrin players in their ranks, with talented forward Aleksandar Boljevic currently on loan from FK Zeta.
And with the 18-year-old impressing while playing for the youth team, chances are PSV will exercise the option to turn his loan move into permanent deal.
According to Voetbal International, the Philips Arena outfit also plan to recruit FK Buducnost defender Andrija Vukcevic.
The 17-year-old has already made 21 league appearances for the club, scoring 2 goals in the process, and is predicted a bright future in the game.
Twente and Groningen have already taken notice, but PSV Eindhoven believe they can win the chase for the youngster’s signature.
Despite his fragile age, Andrija Vukcevic has already represented Montenegro at Under 17, Under 19 and Under 21 level, and he is regarded as one of country’s hottest prospects at the moment.