Lozano, 23, joined PSV from Pachuca in his native Mexico back in 2017, and was a star last season as he racked up 17 goals and eight assists in the Eredivisie.
The winger enjoyed a fine World Cup campaign with Mexico before again excelling with PSV, with his record for this season standing out 19 goals and 10 assists in 36 games in all competitions.
Lozano will surely move on this summer and test himself at a higher level than the Eredivisie, and it seems that he may well end up in England after all.
TEAMtalk claim that Manchester United are tracking Lozano, and he has spoken to West Ham United striker and Mexico teammate Javier Hernandez – who has told the winger to push for a move to Old Trafford.
Hernandez recommended a move to United having enjoyed his own spell there, and even if the Red Devils don't exactly need much of a hard sell, that recommendation could be key.
It may also be a blow to Spurs' alleged hopes of luring him to North London, whilst any West Ham fans hoping Hernandez could try and lure his international teammate to the London Stadium will be disappointed.
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