Experienced holding midfielder Alfred Schreuder has announced his decision to retire from professional football with immediate effort due to his lack of first team football.
The 36-year-old is the primary candidate for the position of assistant manager at Vitesse.
The Arnhem side recently appointed Theo Bos as their new head coach, but current assistant manager Edward Sturing isn’t too happy with the appointment of Bos and is likely to leave the club in the near future.
Schreuder will join Vitesse on their training camp to Turkey, while Sturing has made the decision to stay in Arnhem instead of travelling along.
Schreuder signed for Vitesse from Twente last summer, but made only six league appearances this season. He also played for Feyenoord, RKC Waalwijk and NAC Breda during his long career.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com