Jordy Clasie has stated he will look to leave Southampton next summer if he has no chance of playing time at the Premier League side.

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The former Feyenoord midfielder was sent on loan to Club Brugge in the summer after a lack of playing time in England last season. However, he has found it difficult to break into the Belgian side ahead of fellow Dutchman Ruud Vormer and former Vitesse star Marvelous Nakamba.

Speaking to Krant Van West-Vlaanderen, Clasie said his future at Southampton is up in the air but he will definitely leave if there is no chance of playing time.

He said, “Next year I will be in the same situation as last summer, I am still under contract with Southampton until 2020. But in that respect, I have to wait, if I know that I have little prospects of playing opportunities in England, I absolutely want to leave. I have to stand on the field to feel happy.”

Clasie still sees opportunities at Club Brugge, “I hope to win prizes here and take the double, and I want to get back into my rhythm and make as many minutes as possible.”

The 26-year-old recently revealed that he wanted to return to Feyenoord last summer, but the Rotterdammers didn’t make a move after signing Sofyan Amrabat instead.

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