Feyenoord re-signed Jordy Clasie from Southampton on a loan deal last summer.

The midfielder’s idea was to impress this season so that it improves his chances of joining the Dutch club on a permanent deal.

However, things have not gone as per his plan and less than two weeks ago, the 27-year-old refused shake his manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s hand after he was subbed off against Heracles… and then threw his kit on the bench.

On April 19th, Voetbal International reported the Netherlands international’s dream of joining Feyenoord on a permanent deal is ‘falling apart’ after that incident.

Clasie’s contract with the Premier League club will run down in 2020 and it was also reported he has no plans of staying next season.

The Southampton owned player gave an interview to VoetbalPrimeur and explained that he will hold talks with his agent in the coming days regarding his future.

“I may now have time to think about my future. Of course, it always plays in my head, but now a bit more. I’m going to talk about it quietly with my agent in the coming days,” Clasie explained.

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After his loan deal at Feyenoord expires, the player will have to return to St Mary’s Stadium and he stressed that Southampton will have a say on where he will play next season.

“I am assuming that I will report there. What I want for myself? I want a lot, but fate is not in my hands. It is more up to the clubs, especially Southampton,” he added.

With just over a year left on Clasie’s contract, the English side will try to cash in from his sale rather than allowing him to leave for nothing a year later.