Tottenham target Boetius is set to leave Feyenoord, and they have now set an asking price for him.
Spurs have long been linked with Boetius, with the Mail claiming that a deal was close to being agreed in January, and they have been given a boost in their race to sign him with his low asking price set.
As per TMW, Feyenoord are well aware that the 21-year-old wonderkid will leave De Kuip this summer, with just one year left on his contract, and are looking for at least €5 million to push through a transfer.
The Eredivisie outfit have no desire to keep ahold of the young winger, knowing he is set to leave the club for free next summer, and they are determined to sell him this year to guarantee a transfer fee.
The once-capped Dutch international has scored 20 goals and assisted 17 more in 96 games for his current club, and they were keen to tie him down with a new contract this summer. However, Voetbal International claimed earlier this week that negotiations had broken down, with Boetius making it clear that he wanted a move away.
This news should please Spurs fans, with Boetius a real talent, and being able to move for him at a €5 million fee should see the North London club go all out for the exciting wonderkid this summer - with such a bargain price deal being possible.