Talented winger Diego Biseswar has an expiring contract at Rotterdam giants Feyenoord and this hasn't gone unnoticed in Europe. Several teams are closely monitoring his situation and it remains to be seen whether Feyenoord will be able to hold on to their star player.
"The first thing Diego has to do is make up his mind whether he wants to stay at Feyenoord. He still has a lot to learn and he enjoys playing in Rotterdam," said his agent Jeroen Hoogewerf to Sportweek.
"He just wants to play regular first team football. He'd be delighted to stay in De Kuip. Feyenoord is still his priority at the moment. I can make the promise that Diego isn't interested in signing for another Eredivisie outfit."
"He had a very good conversation with Feyenoord's new manager Mario Been. Diego has no doubts about Feyenoord or the head coach. However, he really wants regular first team football. He'd immediately sign a new deal in case Feyenoord guaranteed him a spot in the starting XI."
Biseswar was already being linked with a move to PSV and Twente in the past couple of weeks, but the youngster turned down offers from both clubs. Portuguese outfit Benfica are also chasing the young winger.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com