Fallen Eredivisie giants Feyenoord have completed the loan signing of holding midfielder Marcel Meeuwis from Bundesliga side Borussia Moenchengladbach. The 30-year-old has signed a loan contract until the end of the season.
Head coach Mario Been already confirmed the imminent signing on Sunday, but Meeuwis has now successfully undergone a medical to complete his loan move.
Meeuwis previously played for Willem II, VVV and Roda before joining Gladbach in the summer of 2009. He failed to secure regular first team action at the Foehlen and was therefore eager to move on.
Additionally, Feyenoord have added Danish attacker Soren Larsen from Toulouse to their squad. The 29-year-old powerful attacker has signed a loan deal until the end of the season with the Rotterdam side.
Feyenoord were after a new attacker because of the ongoing injury woes of Sekou Cisse and Jon Dahl Tomasson and Been has now finally gotten his man.
Meanwhile, Danish defender Michael Lumb has left the Stadionclub. The young defender joined Feyenoord on a one-season loan deal from Zenit St. Petersburg last summer, but has been unable to make an impact at the Kuip. Lumb will now move to Aalborg on a six-month loan deal.