Feyenoord open to Stefan de Vrij offers

Netherlands' defender Stefan de Vrij celebrates scoring their third goal during a Group B football match between Spain and the Netherlands at the Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador during the 2014 FIFA World Cup on June 13, 2014
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Feyenoord sporting director Martin van Geel says that Stefan de Vrij could leave the club this summer.

Feyenoord sporting director Martin van Geel has revealed that the Dutch club are open to the possibility of selling Stefan de Vrij this summer.

The 22-year-old proved to be one of the star performers at this summer's World Cup, with his form helping Netherlands into the semi-finals of the competition.

Manchester United have been strongly linked with a move and now Van Geel has added fuel to the fire by admitting that the centre-back could depart Holland.

"Stefan is a player who came through our youth academy and played in the first team for five years," Van Geel told De Telegraaf.

"He played an amazing World Cup and his contract is due to expire in one year. If the right club comes along and puts in a good offer, we will definitely look at it."

Lazio are also believed to be interested.

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