Having returned on loan to Feyenoord from Southampton, Jordy Clasie has not enjoyed a good season with the Dutch outfit.
During last weekend’s clash against Heracles, Giovanni van Bronckhorst took the midfielder off, after which he started throwing tantrums.
He did not shake his manager’s hand and threw his kit on the bench, for which the club fined him.
According to Voetbal International, the latest incident was too much for him and they analyse if the 27-year-old will be included in incoming manager Jaap Stam’s plans at Feyenoord.
They provide a background on the Netherlands international’s return to the Eredivisie.
Claise wanted to join Feyenoord, even though he knew he had to take a pay cut and the latter did not have to pay any fee to the Saints as a part of the loan deal.
His initial idea was to impress during his temporary spell so that Feyenoord can re-sign him on a permanent transfer, but things have not gone as per the player’s plan.
VI explains Clasie’s dream of returning to Feyenoord on a permanent deal is ‘falling apart’. At the Premier League club, they do not want to pay millions in salary to someone who ‘doesn’t want to play’ for Southampton.
Feyenoord are short of cash and could ask the English club if they can sign Clasie on a free transfer and even if Southampton agree to cut ties with the Dutchman, a final decision has not been taken by the Dutch club.
With Clasie having no plans to return to St Mary’s Stadium, he will have to find a new club if Feyenoord decided against signing him, even if he is made available on a free transfer.