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    Sheez just reading this thread is giving me goosebumps for the next Ajax-Feyenoord derby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Convict Colony View Post
    Sheez just reading this thread is giving me goosebumps for the next Ajax-Feyenoord derby.

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    Thought that he struggled under Koeman to adapt to English football, got an injury but then later in that season started to find the level. Then when under Puel he played mainly in cup games he looked a class act. I think he is under valued by most fans, but looks like he is on his way.

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    Will always think fondly of him. That goal away at West Brom is probably the last Saints goal I will have ever seen in person alongside my father.

    His career didn't go as intended, but he clearly has ability. All the best to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saints foreva View Post
    Hilarious that people thought this flop was a Schneiderlin replacement before he even played a game.
    He was rated as a top prospect around the time of the 2014 WC and linked with Big 6 clubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forester View Post
    Thought that he struggled under Koeman to adapt to English football, got an injury but then later in that season started to find the level. Then when under Puel he played mainly in cup games he looked a class act. I think he is under valued by most fans, but looks like he is on his way.
    Fitness has no doubt been an issue, but like most he has probably been mismanaged over the last two seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colinjb View Post
    Will always think fondly of him. That goal away at West Brom is probably the last Saints goal I will have ever seen in person alongside my father.

    His career didn't go as intended, but he clearly has ability. All the best to him.
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    He's still training with the squad, so nothing is imminent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    He's still training with the squad, so nothing is imminent.
    Don’t worry it’s done as soon as he’s back this weekend he’s off

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    Quote Originally Posted by saint77 View Post
    Don’t worry it’s done as soon as he’s back this weekend he’s off
    Maybe be agreed to lower it.

    http://sportwitness.co.uk/transfer-w...onable-amount/

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    Why should it be a reasonable amount? We have to try and make up for Carillo somehow!

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    I agree with you angelman - they where willing to sell him for €15mill and that is a big sum - now that we wan“t something back from that - the Saints are unreasonable - ffs if they need Jordy then pay up instead of crying in the media about the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by St.Patrik View Post
    I agree with you angelman - they where willing to sell him for €15mill and that is a big sum - now that we wan“t something back from that - the Saints are unreasonable - ffs if they need Jordy then pay up instead of crying in the media about the price.
    I agree, the Saints should try to sell Clasie for at least 10m. As Feyenoord will never pay that much, the question is which clubs are willing to pay this kind of money for a player who failed at the Saints and more or less also at Bruges? Also, Clasie stated that he only wants to leave for Feyenoord as he and his family are not happy abroad.
    If no other club is interested or Clasie doesn’t want to go to another club, I guess it’s best for everyone to send him to Feyenoord on loan so Saints doesn’t have to pay his wages and also earns some money. Unless Hughes believes that Clasie could play for the Saints occasionaly of course.

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    According to the Dutch Algemeen Dagblad the Saints are willing to send Clasie to Feyenoord on loan.
    It is said that Feyenoord is doing everything to get Clasie back, I assume this means that it’s difficult to agree on the terms.

    https://www.ad.nl/transfer-talk/feye...asie~a02ac252/

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    Quote Originally Posted by van Hanegem View Post
    According to the Dutch Algemeen Dagblad the Saints are willing to send Clasie to Feyenoord on loan.
    It is said that Feyenoord is doing everything to get Clasie back, I assume this means that it’s difficult to agree on the terms.

    https://www.ad.nl/transfer-talk/feye...asie~a02ac252/
    I'm about to leave Paris on the Thalys train later and I go past De Kuip, will let you know if i see Jordy outside the stadium

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    Quote Originally Posted by Convict Colony View Post
    I'm about to leave Paris on the Thalys train later and I go past De Kuip, will let you know if i see Jordy outside the stadium
    Thanks CC!

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    Dutch clubs seem to like to sell expensively and buy cheaply. Very good model to stick too, but it isn't always going to work, especially when you try and buy back a player.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_...ransfer_record

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelman View Post
    Dutch clubs seem to like to sell expensively and buy cheaply. Very good model to stick too, but it isn't always going to work, especially when you try and buy back a player.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_...ransfer_record
    Dutch clubs are more or less training centers for bigger leagues and need the money to survive. Their revenues from television are nothing compared to those from clubs in England, Germany, Italy etc. For example: Feyenoord gets 7 to 8 million euros each year which isn’t even enough to buy a player like Clasie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Convict Colony View Post
    Sheez just reading this thread is giving me goosebumps for the next Ajax-Feyenoord derby.
    Looks like you’re wishes come true CC: Tadic/Ziyech vs van Persie/Clasie (and hopefully Berghuis too). When they all stay fit we might get to see a good match...

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    Can see him going out on loan again this summer...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...-a8870616.html

    Jordy Clasie's future with Southampton remains up in the air after the midfielder had a touchline bust-up with Feyenoord manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

    The on-loan playmaker had struggled to impress as his side laboured at home to Heracles on Saturday evening, eventually being withdrawn 15 minutes from time to allow Robin van Persie to try and find Feyenoord a winner.

    After arriving back in the Eredivise on loan last summer, there was some thought that Clasie would seal a permanent return to the club where he made his name but with Van Bronckhorst being replaced by Jaap Stam this summer there is great uncertainty around his future.

    Speaking to De Telegraaf, Clasie revealed that doubts over where he will be playing next season have left him a little unsettled.

    "Of course my future plays a part in deciding my mindset. Not directly during the matches, but subconsciously outside the competitions.

    "Right now I would just want to focus on conquering third place with Feyenoord. I want to close it here as well as possible.

    “I don’t have any say in what will happen to me after that. But of course I am playing for my future, there is that realisation.”

    Clasie has one year left on his contract with Southampton, who are fighting for Premier League surival under Ralph Hassenhuttl.

    Should the Saints decide to try and shift the Dutchman then they would likely need to sell this summer in order to recoup some of the £8m they spent on him in 2015.

    If Hassenhuttl wanted a season to get a better look at Clasie then they would run the risk of him walking away from the club for nothing on a Bosman transfer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Garrett View Post
    Can see him going out on loan again this summer...

    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...-a8870616.html
    I'd even let him leave without a fee to encourage buyers.

    There's no way he's lasting a Ralph training session.

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    A permanent deal for Jordy Clasie could also be in the works should the midfielder have his contract with Southampton terminated. The 27-year-old is currently on loan in Rotterdam and has no future in the Premier League.
    Source: https://www.football-oranje.com/stam...-to-feyenoord/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSAINT View Post
    According to some Feyenoord fans I spoke to recently, Clasie has mostly been poor for them. They don’t see why the club would want to sign him. The only good thing is that Clasie and his family want to move back to Holland and he might want to have his contract terminated.

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    During the 2014 World Cup we were on Holiday in Spain and one of our Dutch friends would set up his TV in his caravan awning for their games and we got excited with them as the Oranje progressed it was good fun. (To the point where for the semi we were only allowed to watch with them if we were wearing something Orange, the wife found an orange cap, but I brought the house down when I took off my fully zipped up golf jacket to reveal a KNVB shirt bought for €15 in a Nike outlet shop) Anyway I digress, when he came on as sub v Argentina they were all pretty excited and for the play off game moaning that he should have been playing earlier (but I think he had been injured) so when Saints’s picked him up I was pretty excited, you don’t get into the Dutch national team when it’s flying through being average.
    Obviously the Premier League is different gravy to many other leagues - but for him to turn out to be at best average for us, especially playing for his “father” Ronald Koeman was disappointing, especially as he blocked the pathway for Reed who similar in stature showed more tenacity (albeit a bit raw) when he did play that was more suited to the PL. He needs to sort himself out but if he leaves us for buttons it’s a more palatable pill to swallow than someone like Carrillo. I keep forgetting Clasie is still one of ours until this thread gets bumped now and again.

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