David Moyes has targeted Strootman to solve his Manchester United’s midfield problem. United were strongly linked with him in the past.
The 23 year old left PSV for Roma in July 2013, Roma paid 17 million euros for him.
Former PSV manager, Dick Advocaat, who trained Strootman said earlier that Manchester United are taking serious interest and could be his next destination.
Reports are suggesting that United could make a £30 million bid for the Dutch midfielder as United’s coach Phil Neville was spotted in an international friendly match between Netherland and Colombia. Strootman has scored three times in 24 appearances for Netherland.
But the player’s agent Chiel Dekker said that the midfielder is not thinking to leave the Italian side, he is happy at the moment in Italy.
Dekker told Sky Sports that his player Kevin is happy and he has no intentions of leaving the club, he will stay for long time. Kevin has adapted well to his new club’s project.
Strootman has played 13 games so far this season and scored 3 goals for the Serie A side. Roma is currently on 2nd place with 37 points in Serie A, just 3 points behind the league leaders Juventus.
Strootman is a tough-tackling and hardworking midfielder, having a good vision and balance on the ball. He is a physically strong midfielder. He is known as the Dutch Roy Keane.