According to Algemeen Dagblad, Primera Division outfit Valencia are closely monitoring the situation of tricky winger Diego Biseswar. The 21-year-old is currently playing for Rotterdam giants Feyenoord.
The young attacker was surplus to requirements at Feyenoord at the beginning of this campaign. However, he fought back and developed into an important first team member. Biseswar has made 21 league appearances so far, scoring seven goals.
His outstanding performances haven't gone unnoticed and the talented youngster has attracted the interest of several teams. PSV, Twente and Benfica were already being linked with Biseswar and Valencia have now added their name to the list of interested teams.
The left winger has an expiring contract at the Rotterdam side. Feyenoord are desperate to renew his current deal, but Biseswar is considering his options.
Valencia are reportedly ready to offload current left winger David Silva to solve their financial problems and see in Biseswar the perfect replacement.
The hot prospect will be the second Dutch player in Valencia's squad in case he opts to sign for the Spanish giants. Former Ajax midfielder Hedwiges Maduro is already a Valencia player.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com