Liverpool and Arsenal are among the clubs to have approached PSV Eindhoven star Johan Bakayoko, according to Het Belang van Limburg.

Earlier this month, Het Laatste Nieuws stated the Reds have the winger on their agenda. On May 21st, journalist Rik Elfrink said Liverpool had watched the 21-year-old in action for PSV.

Neither report made any mention of Arsenal, but HBVL now claim Liverpool, the Gunners and Bayern Munich have all made approaches for Bakayoko.

HBVL have interviewed the Belgium international and one of the topics discussed was his future, after he turned down Paris Saint-Germain and Brentford last year.

Bakayoko insists he made the right choice to reject these two clubs. The newspaper then asks him whether he can leave in the summer window for €50m, after Liverpool, Arsenal and Bayern knocked on his door.

“The only thing I can say is that next year I will be on a football pitch somewhere,” he said.

Bakayoko has also revealed Vincent Kompany tried to sign him for Burnley last summer. The manager has left the Clarets for Bayern Munich, but the PSV star has refused to confirm whether he would favour a move to the Bavarian club because of his compatriot.

“I received a call from Kompany last year, indeed. He then explained his vision. That was nice. I clarified my view. It was a good conversation, but that was last summer,” Bakayoko explained.