Feyenoord hope to enter contract talks with Jean Paul Boetius and Tonny Vilhena but both players may have doubts about extending their time in Rotterdam.

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vilhenaboetiusAccording to VI Feyenoord want to open talks with the two Netherlands internationals in the next week, but the deals may be tricky to complete, despite both players being open to a stay.

After a poor start to the season both Jean Paul Boetius and Tonny Vilhena found themselves on the bench against Go Ahead Eagles with Elvis Manu and Lex Immers preferred in the 4-0 win. With many competitors for their positions both Boetius and Vilhena want assurances over playing time before committing themselves to the club.

Winger Boetius made his debut for Feyenoord in 2012 and has since made 54 appearances, scoring 15 times and adding 12 assists. Midfielder Vilhena made his debut a season earlier than Boetius and has racked up 74 appearances, scoring ten times.

Both players currently have contracts at De Kuip until 2016.

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