The Dutchman has been linked with a summer switch to Premier League outfit Everton, as the Toffees try to improve their fortunes ahead of next season.
Brands watched on as PSV secured another Eredivisie title by beating rivals Ajax 3-0 at the weekend and after the crunch game, he was asked about his long-term future.
Everton have reportedly been in contact with PSV about a deal for Brands, but the 56-year-old is unsure on his next move and was not giving much away to reporters.
‘All the scouts were here today, they had to experience it,’ he told Fox Sports in the Netherlands. ‘But tomorrow we will work on the selection of 2018/2019.
‘If I am there myself? I still have a contract, but there is a lot of interest. It is very difficult for me to leave this beauty.’
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