Given debut by Koeman, his brother plays for Manchester City - Both Premier League clubs reportedly scout Terence Kongolo

Terence Kongolo training

Everton and Manchester City are said to be interested in the signing of Dutch international defender Terence Kongolo.

Terence Kongolo trainingTerence Kongolo training

Everton and Manchester City have been scouting the young Dutch talent Terence Kongolo – according to SoccerNews.

The 22-year-old Dutch international has been in impressive form for Feyenoord recently and has been linked with the Premier League in the past.

Equally adept at either left-back or central defence, the talented star, born in Switzerland, would be a good signing for either side.

Arsenal's Reiss Nelson and Manchester City's Rodney Kongolo in actionArsenal's Reiss Nelson and Manchester City's Rodney Kongolo in action

SoccerNews are reporting that both Everton and Manchester City have been scouting the player regularly this season as they consider moving in for the player.

The report does also suggest that Feyenoord would not be interested in selling him during the winter. The Rotterdam club have high hopes of silverware this season and are not prepared to sell up before the end of the campaign.

Kongolo also has links with both English clubs.

Everton manager Ronald Koeman before the matchEverton manager Ronald Koeman before the match

He was handed his Feyenoord debut by Everton manager Ronald Koeman back in April 2012. Meanwhile, his younger brother Rodney, is on the books at Manchester City.

It will certainly be interesting keeping an eye on the future of this talented Dutchman, as two of the Premier League’s more ambitious sides keep an eye on him.

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