Having had a £60 million price tag slapped on him by current club AS Roma, Manchester United target Kevin Strootman has reportedly departed his former agent in favour of finding another who can better put together a move to the Old Trafford club, as reported by the Daily Mirror.
Strootman has linked up with his national team compatriot Robin van Persie’s agent, Kes Vos, in an attempt to better broker any deal that may take place during the winter transfer window.
This has seen him part company with his agent of many years, Chiel Dekker, showing his enthusiasm to make the move to the Premier League.
However, the move will not be easy to put together for either Man Utd or the player, with Roma clearly demanding a huge sum to part with one of their star players.
The club have been buoyed by the financial input of owner James Pallotta, a hedge fund manager from the US, and have no financial requirement to sell.