Club and player fail to agree terms.
Dutch defender Dwight Tiendalli has left Swansea City after the two failed to agree fresh terms over a longer deal to keep him in south Wales, talkSPORT reports.
The 27-year-old signed a short term deal with Michael Laudrup’s men in September and had been hoping to earn a more improved deal by impressing over the course of the season. The manager had been keen to hold on to him, but he was reportedly unhappy with the terms that the club offered.
A number of clubs across Europe are said to be interested in the former FC Twente fullback and he is now weighing up his options ahead of his next move.
“We have not reached an agreement with Swansea,” Tiendalli’s agent Sebastien Casenaz said.
“Dwight has been very good this season and the caps he earned with the Dutch national team came as a reward for his performances on the pitch with Swansea.
“As a free agent, off course Dwight is attracting interest from clubs in England and Germany. Currently, discussions continue.”
Despite being highly rated at the Liberty Stadium, Tiendalli managed just 16 appearances last season, scoring one goal. He has also taken in spells with Feyenoord, Utrecht and Sparta Rotterdam.