Dirk Kuyt has suggested that he would like to return to Feyenoord before the end of his playing days.
The 28-year-old spent three years playing for de club van het volk between 2003-2006, scoring 71 goals in 101 appearances.
While the 52-time capped Netherlands international insists he is committed to the Reds for the time being, he has seemingly opened the door for a return to the Feijenoord Stadion to help De stadionclub win their first Eredivisie title since 1998/99.
“I know [Feyenoord head coach] Mario [Been] well,” Kuyt told Sportweek.
“We have plenty of contact on the telephone. We talk about players, but also about how everything works at Liverpool. He is eager to learn, just like me.
“I think he can turn Feyenoord into champions. Winning the championship with Feyenoord is a dream for us both.
“When I played there, our opponents used to shake with fear at de Kuip. We must see a return to those days.
“In the future, I would like to do my bit.”
The 6ft right-sided midfielder, who has also played as a striker, also made it clear that Been had not approached him about a transfer this summer.
“He has not asked me about returning. He knows that I’m not ready to leave Liverpool,” added Kuyt.
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