Monday, 28th April, 2014

In-demand Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat concedes that yesterday's Eredivisie clash against Cambuur could prove to have been his last game at De Kuip.

Feyenoord romped to a 5-1 win on home turf, securing second spot in the Eredivisie in the process and a return to the Champions League next season.

Ronald Koeman's men round off their campaign next weekend with a trip to AZ Alkmaar.

And Janmaat, who has been linked with Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton, has seen speculation running wild that he will be on the move when the summer transfer window swings open for business.


The defender admits that yesterday may have been his final taste of football at De Kuip as a Feyenoord player.

"It could be that this was my last home game", Janmaat told Voetbal Primeur.

"But we'll head into the summer and see what happens", he continued.

The 24-year-old, who believes he can further enhance his credentials at the World Cup with Holland, also insists he has no preference over where he might end up.

"Of course it's a stage where you can show yourself, but I don't know.

"I certainly have no preference for a particular league or club. It just needs to be a nice club and the whole picture has to be right."

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