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Feyenoord plan to speak to Manchester City with a view to taking Sweden striker John Guidetti back to the Netherlands.

John Guidetti enjoyed a successful loan period at Feyenoord
John Guidetti starred during a previous loan spell with Feyenoord.

Guidetti, 21, had a productive loan spell at De Kuip in the 2011-12 season, scoring 20 goals in 23 games for Feyenoord.

But the Sweden international has not played competitive club football for 19 months because of injury and illness.

Guidetti, who returned to action on Tuesday by scoring twice for Sweden’s U21 team against their Maltese counterparts, has said that he wants first-team football in the second half of the season, hinting he would be willing to go out on loan again.

And Feyenoord technical director Martin van Geel has a meeting scheduled with City’s football administration officer Brian Marwood, in which he hopes to discover if Guidetti is available.

Van Geel told Algemeen Dagblad: "The arrangement with Marwood was already planned for a long time and in first instance it won't be about Guidetti at all.

"But if I will be there of course I will also speak with him about Guidetti. I have read he could leave for 5 million euros, but if you ask it to me I question this is right. 

"We still have contact with John and he has as special place here and that feeling is from both sides."

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