Manchester City striker subject of Feyenoord loan enquiry

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Manchester City striker John Guidetti could be on his way back to Feyenoord after the Dutch club confirmed they were interested in taking him on loan once more.

The young Swede is yet to play a Premier League minute for Manchester City since joining the club, and conceded last week that another loan spell away from the Etihad Stadium may be on the cards.

Guidetti spent much of the 2011/12 campaign on loan at Feyenoord, where he scored an impressive 20 goals in 23 Eredivisie games.

According to Sky Sports the Manchester City striker is a target for plenty of English clubs, however Feneyoord remain favourites to secure his services once more.

The club's technical director Martin van Geel revealed that he plans to meet Manchester City chief Brian Marwood to discuss various different subjects, including Guidetti.

"The arrangement with Marwood was already planned for a long time and in first instance it won't be about Guidetti at all," he told Dutch paper Algemeen Dagblad.

"But if I will be there of course I will also speak with him about Guidetti.

"I have read he could leave for 5 million euro, but if you ask it to me I question this is right.

"We still have contact with John and he has as special place here and that feeling is from both sides."

Guidetti joined Manchester City in 2010 from Brommapojkarna, and also spent time on loan at Burnley.

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