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 By Kevin Palmer

Southampton confident of Jordy Clasie transfer from Feyenoord - sources

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol asserts that Manchester United rumoured acquisition, Morgan Schneiderlin, will fit in well at United.
Jordy Clasie is a top midfielder target for Southampton this summer.

Southampton are hopeful of concluding a deal to sign Feyenoord captain Jordy Clasie, a source has told ESPN FC.

Saints boss Ronald Koeman worked with Clasie when he was Feyenoord manager and has identified the 24-year-old Netherlands international as his first choice to replace Morgan Schneiderlin, who joined Manchester United on Monday.

Claise has been on the books at Feyenoord since the age of nine and found his feet in their first team under the guidance of Koeman during the 2011-12 Eredevise,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United must meet Morgan Schneiderlin price tag - Koeman

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti ranks the possibility of Southampton's Morgan Schneiderlin making the move to Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol feels that Morgan Schneiderlin would be a great signing for Manchester United, who he feels would control the centre of the park quite well.

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman has already lined up Feyenoord's Jordy Clasie as a potential replacement for Morgan Schneiderlin but told Manchester United the France international will only leave at the right price.

Koeman has said United's last bid for Schneiderlin, reported to be £20 million, was "not serious" and The Guardian says Southampton are holding out for £27m for the midfielder.

The 25-year-old, who signed a four-year contract in 2013, had been forced to stay at St Mary's last...

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Feyenoord's Dirk Kuyt targets trophies to repay fans' 'warm welcome' back

Ex-Netherlands international Dirk Kuyt has returned for his second spell at Feyenoord.

Dirk Kuyt want to reward Feyenoord fans' faith with silverware after being treated to a huge reception in his first training session back with the club.

Kuyt, 36, who played for Feyenoord between 2003 and 2006, trained at the Varkenoord complex on Thursday for the first time since rejoining the Eredivisie club on a one-year deal.

Hundreds of fans turned up to greet the former Utrecht, Liverpool and Fenerbahce forward, and the ex-Netherlands international wants to repay their welcome with trophies.

UEFA punishes Feyenoord for racist incident in Europa League

UEFA has ordered Feyenoord to play their next European match without fans as punishment for racism and fined the Dutch club €50,000.

Feyenoord were charged with racist behaviour by fans who threw an inflatable banana on the pitch during a tense Europa League last-32 match against Roma.

In the same game in February, Feyenoord fans also set off and threw fireworks and objects and blocked stairways. Feyenoord was fined an additional €50,000 for that and will have to play another match...