Dirk Kuyt has revealed that he will leave Fenerbahce at the end of the season to rejoin Feyenoord.
The forward's contract with the Super Lig side expires this summer and he announced on Thursday that he will move back to Rotterdam on a free transfer.
“I’m coming home after the summer and I can't wait to play again in De Kuip," Kuyt told De Telegraaf.
"Feyenoord have always been a draw. We talked about a return when I left Liverpool but it didn't happen.
"However, now nothing was standing in our way."
The 34-year-old Kuyt started his professional career at Utrecht but made his name during three successful seasons at Feyenoord before joining Liverpool in 2006.
The former Netherlands international became a huge fan favourite at Anfield and spent six years with the Reds before linking up with Fenerbahce.