Spurs' forgotten man is currently plying his trade out on loan at Hoffenheim but, with first-team opportunities lacking at White Hart Lane, he prefers a move to Netherlands
The Brazilian joined the Dutch side in 2004 on the back of an eye-opening season for Cruzeiro and played in the Netherlands until signing for Spurs four years later.
In his first three years at White Hart Lane the Brazilian was first choice in goal but the arrivals of Brad Friedel and Hugo Lloris have seen him slip down the pecking order, with a return to PSV a possibility when his loan at Hoffenheim ends.
Gomes told De Telegraaf: "I'm in no hurry and take the time to take the right decision. This is an important choice but first I have to recover from my injury. Next season I want to be in top shape at a new club.
"At PSV, I experienced the best time of my career. I've always said that I would return to PSV. Maybe that time is now.
"My contract at Tottenham is only for one more year. I think Tottenham want to contribute to my leaving now. At this stage of my career, money is not the most important thing and I have something to offer. I have five or six good years ahead.
"I've heard nothing from PSV but my agent has told me about FC Twente. Returning to the Netherlands is a serious option for me.
"I do not know what PSV want but I love that club. PSV is forever in my heart."