Eredivisie Round Up

Ajax want to bring in PEC Zwolle duo Diederik Boer and Kamohelo Mokotjo. Zwolle don’t want to see either player leave the club, however Ajax are reportedly willing to include Jody Lukoki as part of the deal.

Feyenoord’s move for Wolfsburg striker Bas Dost is back on, the striker’s agent has dismissed reports which said his client thought the move would be a backward’s step. Dost’s agent has also said that his client thinks Feyenoord are a fantastic club and that he would even take a pay cut to join them. John Guidetti is another option for Feyenoord as they look to find a replacement for Pellè. The fans would be thrilled with the return of Guidetti and the club want to sign a striker as soon as possible with their Champions League qualifying game against Beşiktaş around the corner.

Another player that’s been linked with a move to the Rottendam club is Utrecht midfielder Jens Toornstra. The 25-year-old finished last season as the club’s top goalscorer with twelve goals in the league, he also scored three goals in the cup and contributed with three assists.

Feyenoord’s Jordy Clasie has received interest from FC Porto, Southampton and Lazio. The club don’t want to sell the midfielder especially as it looks like Stefan de Vrij will be leaving. Feyenoord want to keep a strong squad after the sales of Bruno Martins Indi, Daryl Janmaat and Graziano Pellè. Terence Kongolo has also been linked with a move away, Southampton, Stuttgart and Hamburg are all interested.

PSV are losing the battle to sign Steven Defour from FC Porto. The Portuguese club want  €9 million for the midfielder, however PSV can only afford to spend €5 million.

Twente’s Danish centre back Andreas Bjelland will be the new captain for next season. The 26-year-old is going into his third season with Twente and he was a key part of the side making thirty-four appearances.

It’s been confirmed that FC Utrecht’s 18-year-old striker Rubio Rubin suffered a broken nose and a concussion in the 2-1 victory over Scottish side Dundee United.

Article for VAVEL.

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