Feyenoord would do well to keep Jordy Clasie. That's what the clubwatcher and the Voetbal International reporter, Martijn Krabbendam, say. He thinks the 27-year-old midfielder is in better shape.
"Of course you have to continue with Clasie. He is still a good player and you see he has returned to normal level in the last few months," says Krabbendam at RTV Rijnmond. "The problem is that he still has a one-year deal with Southampton, but this club does not want to pay a million dollars salary." While Southampton knows that Clasie does not want to and will not play, it's a deal with him. " to close. "
International football recently reported that Clasie could be incorporated for free by Feyenoord. The 17 international Oranje teams landed in De Kuip last summer in the hope of forcing a contract and perhaps ending their career at the club.
However, Clasie felt "lonely in the field" in recent months, writes the weekly. As Feyenoord has no depth, he can not miss his passes. In Southampton, he was also covered by players like Virgil van Dijk and Victor Wanyama.