Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are back in the hunt for one of Europe's hottest stars, Memphis Depay. The young Dutchman has had an excellent season at PSV Eindhoven and his performances have led them to the top of the Dutch Eredivisie, as well as him being the leading goal scorer.

Spurs had a £15 million bid rejected in the summer but now the Dutch giants are ready to let him leave. PSV director Toon Gerbrands told Dutch television channel NOS: "They [Tottenham] were willing to offer €20m (£15m). We decided to keep hold of him, but he has the option to leave after this season." Gerbrands added: "I think these players [Depay and team mate Georginio Wijnaldum] are very attractive to a lot of clubs in Europe.

So far, no one has come forward with an offer [for next summer] but I expect we will come under great pressure [to sell]."

Depay is 21-years-old and featured at the 2014 World Cup for Netherlands, and was one of their brightest players in the tournament, where they finished in third place. He has improved since then and has gone on to rack up 15 league goals in 21 appearances and has 21 goals in all competitions. He plays as a winger in the left of the three forwards and is sure to pick of many individual awards as well as the league title at PSV.

Manchester United and Tottenham are keen to bolster their attacking options, and the youngster will be one of their top transfer targets in the summer window.

He is affordable, and has a huge future in the game and also plays as the furthest player forward. Depay's style would certainly fit the system's ran by the respective manager's Louis Van Gaal and Mauricio Pochettino.

Both teams are going through a rebuilding stage and they have been improving throughout the season as they look for their preferred philosophies.

They will be challenging for top four credentials at the end of the season, and this could prove a deciding factor for the Dutchman who already has played Champions League Football. He has a strong relationship with Van Gaal through the national team but he would certainly get more responsibilities at Spurs, so it's tough to see who will get him.

Other clubs in Europe will also be keen to snap him up in the summer but Tottenham and Manchester United are the front runners for a player who can evolve to becoming a future star in world football.