Feyenoord has announced the signing of Vitesse Arnhem forward Bryan Linssen on a three-year deal.

The winger’s contract with Vitesse run out last month, and Feyenoord have swooped to bring in the 29-year-old.

Linssen initially turned down an offer from Feyenoord and seemed to favour a move abroad. However, Feyenoord returned with an improved deal and have managed to convince Linssen to sign a three-year contract.

Technical director Frank Arnesen told the club’s website, “It is no secret that we have been charmed by Bryan for some time. His way of playing, his drive and his appearance suits Feyenoord well. Scoring goals is very important in football and with these statistics Bryan shows that he is effective and can therefore be of great added value to Feyenoord. So it is great that we have managed to figure it out. This is a step forward for both him and us. ”

Linssen has previously played for VVV-Venlo, Heracles Almelo, FC Groningen and Vitesse. He has scored 88 times in 278 Eredivisie matches.

He is the third signing for Feyenoord this summer after Mark Diemers and Christian Conteh.

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