The former Anfield teammates are in line for a reunion in Rotterdam.
Ex-Liverpool man Brad Jones
Jones was released by the Reds a year ago and went on to play for Bradford City and NEC Nijmegen last season.
And the 34-year-old will remain in the Netherlands it seems, with De Telegraaf reporting he is 'almost certainly' Feyenoord's new keeper.
Ex-Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt celebrates winning the 2012 League Cup
The Rotterdam side have suffered a goalkeeping crisis of late, with Warner Hahn and Kenneth Vermeer ruled out until October and the New Year respectively.
And the report claims talks with Jones, who recently returned to Liverpool for pre-season training, will continue on Thursday.
Kenneth Vermeer recently suffered a serious injury
Should the deal go ahead, the Australian shot-stopper would compete for a place with Swedish shot-stopper Par Hansson, who was recruited from Helsingborgs this summer.
Jones played 27 times for Liverpool in five seasons on Merseyside, but was never first choice.
As well as Kuyt, the former Middlesbrough man's De Kuip teammates include ex-Southampton and Aston Villa midfielders Eljero Elia and Karim El Ahmadi.
Former Arsenal utility man Giovanni van Bronckhorst is the current Feyenoord manager.
Feyenoord coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst (centre)