Kaj Sierhuis is focused on a future with the Netherlands international team but won’t totally dismiss interest from Greece should it become concrete.

The 21-year-old has been a regular for Netherlands youth teams for years but at the weekend Greece coach John van ‘t Schip confirmed he was interested in the striker due to his dual nationality.

The Ajax forward, who is currently on loan at Groningen is a Netherlands U21 international at the moment.

Speaking to Fox Sports, Sierhuis said, “Just wait and see if it becomes concrete. And if it becomes concrete, I can always think about it.”

Sierhuis said he feels 100% Dutch, “But in addition, you are of course looking to see if you can play a final tournament there, if the Dutch national team is too far out of sight. Those are things that you can put together and weigh up.”

If Greece decide to call him up next month, “I don’t say no so easily anyway. I am an open person and talking never hurts.”

However, Jong Oranje is priority for Sierhuis, “I am very honoured to be able to play for the Dutch Juniors. We have a wonderful group and we are working on something beautiful. I think it is great to be part of it and I feel proud when I hear the Dutch National Anthem. I’m not going to just put it aside. ”




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