Agent Mino Raiola has suggested Juventus' Moise Kean could make a loan move to the Netherlands next season as he seeks a year of "continuity".
The 17-year-old scored his first Serie A goal in the champions' final game of the season, nodding a stoppage-time winner away to Bologna.
And thoughts have now turned to how Kean will continue his development in the coming campaign, with Raiola keen for the player to avoid another year on the fringes after making four appearances for the first team.
"The Bologna goal did not surprise me - Moise has become a real phenomenon," the agent told Corriere dello Sport. "He is 17 and, at his age, I have seen few as strong as him.
"Everything is in agreement with Juventus and we will establish how to proceed for next season. This year Kean has flitted between the Primavera, his national youth team and the first team.
"In order to keep growing, he needs to play with more continuity.
"Unless he is placed in the first team on a permanent basis, we have another idea: one year on loan in the Netherlands, in a league that continues to improve technically. Tactically, the 'orange school' is top notch."
Kean played three times in the league in his debut campaign, as well as one substitute appearances in Juve's run to the Champions League final, where they face Real Madrid on Saturday.