Dutch international open to move back to former Eredivisie club.
Feyenoord are looking to bring Liverpool’s Dirk Kuyt back to the club with the Dutchman keen on a switch in the summer, according to Voetbal International.
The reports come after rumours that Serie A side Roma were interested in the 31-year-old, only for the player’s agent to issue a swift denial.
It is understood that the attacker would not be unwilling to return to the Eredivisie outfit, a club which was Kuyt’s home between 2003 and 2006, where he scored 71 goals in 101 appearances.
Dirk Kuyt has given Liverpool six years of sterling determined service and a move back to Feyenoord may well suit all concerned come the summer. The 31 year old has been a bit part player this term as Kenny Dalglish and the Anfield club as a whole look to build for the future and as such the veteran forward may well be best off looking to see out his career in Holland.
Kuyt has spent much of the last few seasons plying his trade out wide but may well be more suited to a return up front as his legs begin to have less life in them. Indeed a return to the Eredivisie could well spark a new goal-scoring streak and post Euro 2012 a new lease of life could await at the De Kuip.
The Dutch international has notched up 71 goals, many of them crucial, in his 276 appearances for the Merseyside club.