The agent of PSV Eindhoven winger Steven Bergwijn has hinted the player would be prepared to wait for Bayern Munich amid rumours linking him with Manchester United.
Following a report in Sport Bild on Wednesday that said Bergwijn's camp wanted Bayern to make a move for him, his agent, Fulco van Kooperen, spoke to ESPN FC.
"We have never said we are losing patience," he said. "Bayern are a great and huge club, and it's great they like Steven. They can take all the time they need."
According to MailOnline's Max Winters, the winger is a target for United, while Tottenham Hotspur, Inter Milan and Ajax are also interested in him.
Van Kooperen added: "On the other side, it's not a secret there are more clubs which like him."
The 21-year-old had the best season of his career in 2018/19, helping PSV finish second in the Eredivisie, three points behind Ajax.
Along the way, he notched 15 goals and 13 assists in all competitions, including this fine solo effort against PEC Zwolle:
The goal demonstrated the youngster's electric pace, and he has the dribbling skills to accompany it:
He's equally comfortable on the left or right, and he has made five senior appearances for the Netherlands national team.
He was complimentary when asked about the Red Devils recently:
United have already signed winger Daniel James from Swansea City this summer.
Despite being only a month older, Bergwijn is further along in his development, with 120 first-team appearances in his club career compared to James' 39.
The Red Devils' right flank has been sorely neglected in recent years, and Bergwijn is more accustomed to playing there at senior level than James, who spent most of his time on the left last season.
Bayern are in need of wing reinforcements too after the departures of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben, so it would be of little surprise if they were to pursue the Dutchman.