Warner Hahn and Eljero Elia are both set to complete moves away from Feyenoord in the next few days while Jean-Paul Boetius is being linked with a return to De Kuip.

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Goalkeeper Warner Hahn, who hasn’t made a Feyenoord appearance in the Eredivisie since joining from Dordrecht in 2014 is set to undergo a medical on Monday with Heerenveen. The Frisian’s are looking for a new stopper to replace Erwin Mulder who is set to depart this summer.

Also on his way out of De Kuip is Eljero Elia with a fee now agreed between Feyenoord and Istanbul Basaksehir for the winger, who will travel to Turkey early this week to complete the deal. According to AD, the fee Feyenoord will receive is just over €1 million.

AD also states that Feyenoord may turn to their former winger Jean-Paul Boetius to replace the outgoing Elia. Boetius has failed to break into the Basel first team since joining them two years ago, and recently spent six months on loan with Belgian side Genk, who didn’t use their option to sign the 23-year-old.

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