Date: 16th June 2019 at 8:30pm
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Southampton midfielder Jordy Clasie hasn’t had the best few years, as having been shipped out of St Mary’s Stadium over the summer for a loan spell with former Feyenoord, although he made 38 appearances in total across the 2018/19 season, he did fall out with manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst so a permanent deal with his former employers seems largely off the cards.

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This week outlet De Telegraaf have reported that he has attracted some interest from fellow Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar and they are weighing up whether to make a formal approach for him.

With only a year left on his original deal (expires 2020) we’d only be looking really at a nominal fee given the £8million original outlay, but at least a nominal fee would be something more useful to manager Ralph Hasenhuttl’s budgets than simply another loan spell.

With it believed that Clasie doesn’t want to return this summer, a quick deal is best for all here.

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