Tireless midfielder on the move.
Former Liverpool winger Dirk Kuyt has announced that he will leave Turkish side Fenerbache, and return to Holland at the end of the season.
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The Liverpool Echo report that the 34-year-old will return to the club where he predominantly made his name, Feyenoord. After a move from Utrecht in 2003, he spent three years with the Eredivisie side,scoring seventy-one league goals in just 101 appearances, before his move to Anfield in 2006.
Although he moved to the Premier League as a striker, he gradually became used more often in a deeper role, mostly as a wide midfielder on the right.
He was a part of the side that won the Carling Cup against Cardiff City in 2012, and also collected runners up medals in the Champions League – where he scored a late consolation in the 2007 final – the FA Cup, and the Premier League.
Kuyt spent six years on Merseyside – grabbing fifty-one league goals along the way – before departing for Turkey three years ago.
With Fenerbache he won the Super Lig title last season, and they remain in contention to retain their crown, as they sit just two points off leaders Galatasaray.