Dutch international claims interest from teams in "England, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Italy" but dismisses a return to his homeland for financial reasons
The 31-year-old's agent Rob Jansen met with Feyenoord technical director Martin van Geel last month over a possible return to his former club, but a return to De Kuip is unlikely due to the club being able to match his wage demands.
Kuyt told AD: "That I had talks with Feyenoord, says that I wanted to give the club a serious chance. But on several levels the contrast is too big for this moment. The club and I agreed on that.
"If I would return to Holland I would lose 80 per cent of my salary. When you are 35 or 36 and your career is almost over, than that's no problem.
"But I am 31 and still going strong. Two or three years in the top of Europe is still possible."
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However, the striker believes he still has the ability to play for a top club in Europe for the next three years and is targeting a move to a club with ambitions that match his own.
"I'm still only 31 and still have the ambition to go for the highest possible. A club in a big competition with European ambitions," he added.
"A few clubs from England, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Italy are interested. These are the big competitions and a few clubs are also playing in the European cups."