English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur has agreed on a deal with PSV Eindhoven for winger Steven Bergwijn according to reports from Sky Sports.
The reports claim that the Netherlands international has been kept out of PSV training so he could finalize the deal.
Spurs will pay the Dutch side an initial £25.4m for the 22-year-old with a further £1.6m due in add-ons with the deal being confirmed on a day Inter Milan is expected to announce the official arrival of Christan Eriksen.
Bergwijn was left out of PSV's squad for their 1-1 draw against Twente over the weekend, having been given permission to travel to London to finalize his move; the player having been forced to take to social media to deny claims that he had refused to play.
"Good evening PSV fans. A lot was said about me, I’ve read all of it and I’m disappointed with how this went down. None of it is true, I never refused to play for PSV and I would never do so in the future.
"The media is twisting this whole story; I called the coach this morning and said some things are going on and he gave his permission. He then wished me success, everything went fine and I did everything in a good manner without going behind PSV’s back," the winger noted.
Bergwijn scored 31 times and made 41 assists in 149 matches for PSV since making his senior debut for the club in 2015 and becomes Spurs' second signing of the window after the arrival of midfielder Gedson Fernandes from Benfica.