Daryl Janmaat to be part of Premier League bidding war

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Feyenoord could look to spark a Premier League bidding war for highly rated Dutch defender Daryl Janmaat, according to talkSPORT

The report suggests that the Dutch outfit don't want to let the defender leave on a free when his contract runs out at the end of next season, so are prepared to sell him on this summer. 

And that means a number of England's elite clubs could go head-to-head for the player's signature, with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham all having been credited with interest.

The most interested recent party, however, is Italian giants Juventus who appear ready to take the Dutch international to the Serie A.

The right-back is set to take part in this summer's World Cup, with current Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal leading him and the national team to Brazil. 

Van Gaal may well want to take his international star with him to Old Trafford when he leaves behind the Netherlands after the up coming tournament. 

Arsene Wenger, though, could try and tempt the defender to the Emirates, as he goes in search of a replacement for the departing Bacary Sagna.  

It remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal step up their interest in the £5 million rated 24-year-old.

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