Arsenal & Liverpool target Janmaat to consider summer switch

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Feyenoord defender Daryl Janmaat has revealed that he will consider his options at the end of the season, reports The Daily Mail

The Dutch international - who is just 24-years-old - has been a integral member of the Feyenoord side this season, and has been the subject of interest from some of England's elite clubs. 

The likes of Arsenal, Liverpool, Everton and recently promoted Leicester City have all been linked with a move for his services in recent time, and now the defender has given his biggest hint yet that he could be on the move in the up coming market. 

Janmaat has insisted that he may have already played his last home game for the Dutch outfit - a match that his side ran out comfortable 5-1 winners.

Speaking to Voetbal Primeur, the right back said: "It could be that this was my last home game but we'll head into the summer and see what happens.

"I certainly have no preference for a particular league or club. It just needs to be a nice club and the whole picture has to be right."

It remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool step up their interest in the right-back in the near future, but both clubs have watched the star in recent time. 

Both Arsenal and Liverpool, however, will be concentrating on their end of season run in. The Gunners host Newcastle United at the Emirates tonight, meanwhile Liverpool are still in with a great chance of winning the title, despite losing 2-0 to Chelsea at Anfield yesterday afternoon. 

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