Dutch side Feyenoord are growing increasingly happy with their deal to sell Luis Sinisterra to Leeds United last summer, as he’s yet to prove to be value for the €25m they got for him.

That’s according to Voetbal 4 U, who say Feyenoord ‘collected €17m too much’ for the winger, who is now on loan at Bournemouth from Leeds.

They explain that Feyenoord sold Sinisterra ‘for just a fortune’ and did so ‘at exactly the right time’ because at this moment in time he’s valued at almost €9m.

Sinisterra had been a star player for the Dutch side since joining from Once Caldas in 2018 in a €2m deal and proved to be a massive bargain given he was then sold for €25m, with €5m extra still possible through bonuses.

He signed a five-year deal at Elland Road but has so far been unable to make an impact, eventually joining Bournemouth this summer so he could stay in the Premier League.

That means Feyenoord are growing increasingly happy that they got a ‘good deal’ for the player, whose value has ‘peaked at €17.8m’, significantly less than what they sold him to Leeds for.

Of course, there’s every chance that he can bounce back and shine for Bournemouth this season, or even become a star at Leeds at some point, but it’s not happening just yet, and Feyenoord are seemingly very happy with the deal that they got.