MELBOURNE, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Dutch side PSV Eindhoven have made an offer for Australian international Archie Thompson, the striker's Melbourne club said on Friday.PSV are managed by Australian national coach Guus Hiddink, who guided the Socceroos to the World Cup finals in Germany for the first time in 32 years. Thompson is the only Australian-based player in Hiddink's national squad. 'It's good to finally have an offer on the table after all the speculation over the past week,' Melbourne's football operations manager Gary Cole said on the A-League side's official Web site. 'The PSV offer will be considered by the Melbourne Victory board and will be responded to in due course.' Cole would not disclose the details of the offer, but local media reported Thompson's manager had said the Dutch club was looking at a six-month loan with an option to buy. The European transfer window closes at the end of January. The majority of Hiddink's Australian squad play in Europe, whose seasons end just before the World Cup begins in June. The A-League regular season ends in February and a move would enable Thompson to maintain match fitness right up until the tournament and allow him to easily attend training camps. Australia have been drawn with champions Brazil, Japan and Croatia in Group H for the finals.