Daryl Janmaat has confessed that he may well have played his final game at De Kuip for Feyenoord.
With plenty of potential replacements being linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium in the summer, one man that Arsene Wenger is thought to be keeping a close eye on is Feyenoord’s Daryl Janmaat.
The Netherlands international has been impressing in the Eredivisie this term, with plenty of teams thought to be interested in signing him at the end of the season.
The 24-year-old right-back has admitted that Feyenoord’s 5-1 win over Cambuur at De Kuip at the weekend may well have been his last home game for the Rotterdam club.
"It could be that this was my last home game,” the defender told Voetbal Primeur after the convincing victory.
“But we’ll head into the summer and see what happens.”
Janmaat has admitted that he may well be in the shop window while representing his country in the World Cup this summer, but has not thought about his potential new club.
“Of course it is a stage where you can show yourself, but I don’t know,” he continued.
“I certainly have no preference for a particular league or club. It just needs to be a nice club and the whole picture has to be right.”
Janmaat has played 30 Eredivisie games for Feyenoord this season, netting two goals in the process.
He may well be set to play his last game for the club away to AZ Alkmaar this weekend.