By Elia Raimondo
Jordy Clasie has caught the attention of AC Milan, Juventus and Roma with his fine performances for Feyenoord over the past few months, Goal.com can reveal.
The midfielder, 21, is a product of the Rotterdam giants' youth academy, and has developed into an important first-team member since returning from his one-year loan spell at Excelsior in 2010-11.
Clasie's rise to prominence has not gone unnoticed in Italy, as it has now emerged that Milan, Juventus and Roma have all enquired about his availability.
The playmaker, who has been likened to Barcelona's Xavi due to his style of play, will not be available on the cheap, though, as he has a contract with Feyenoord until the summer of 2015.
Additionally, Clasie has also attracted the interest of a number of unnamed Premier League clubs, so an offer in excess of €10 million could be enough to lure him away from De Kuip.
Clasie made his Netherlands debut earlier this season in the World Cup 2014 qualifier against Turkey and is currently preparing for the Oranje's trip to Romania.