Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt is attracting interest from a host of European clubs as uncertainty over his Anfield future continues.
Reds manager Kenny Dalglish has not been used the Dutchman quite so frequently as he has been used to for much of his Liverpool career and now a number of clubs are interested in signing him, according to the Daily Mail.
Hamburg, Fiorentina, and Galatasaray have all joined Kuyt’s former club Feyenoord in wanting to sign the 31-year-old, with the Bundesliga side reportedly failing in a bid for him a couple of years ago.
The report claims the Holland international has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave the club this summer for as little as £1million.
Liverpool are in the middle of a major overhaul under Kenny Dalglish and the onus in the past year has been on signing promising youngsters.
Kuyt is reportedly on a wage of around £80,000 a week, which the club will be happy to take off of the books – it is also likely to be the thinking behind the aforementioned contract clause.