Lex Immers has ended speculation of a move away from Feyenoord by signing a new contract at the club until 2017.

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immers ashdbThe midfielder was one of the clubs stars last season, netting 12 goals in 32 league games as Feyenoord qualified for the Champions league by claiming 2nd place in the Eredivisie.

Immers claimed earlier this month that he was ready for a new challenge away from Netherlands, with English sides Queens Park Rangers, and Middlesbrough interested. However the 27-year-old has now put pen to paper on a deal to stay in Rotterdam until 2017.

Immers told Feyenoords official site, “I feel a lot of appreciation from the club, which is an important reason for me to stay at Feyenoord longer.”

“I’m really really enjoying myself and I feel completely at my place at Feyenoord. For me that was one of the conditions to stay here longer.

“I’ll go on holiday first but I’m already looking forward to the first practice and the qualifying rounds of the Champions League.”




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