Arne Slot spotted at Liverpool match after agreeing switch from Feyenoord

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on any sales generated from it. Lutsharel Geertruida, Feyenoord’s highly-rated vice-captain, was spotted in the stands during Liverpool’s draw with West Ham.

This occurred just one day after the Reds agreed on a compensation package for his manager Arne Slot. Slot is set to take over from Jurgen Klopp ahead of next season and may bring some of his most talented Feyenoord stars with him.

Geertruida played a prominent role in Feyenoord’s recent successes and has received international recognition by featuring regularly with the Netherlands national team. Able to play at different positions, the £25 million-rated Geertruida set tongues wagging by revealing on his Snapchat story that he was situated in the away end for Liverpool’s 2-2 draw at West Ham.

If a move to Anfield is in his sights, it won’t have been a pleasing trip to England as Liverpool effectively blew their Premier League title chances with three games still to play. As yet, there are no concrete links between Liverpool and Geertruida.

However, his attendance at the London Stadium came at a curious time given the proximity to Slot’s compensation agreement becoming public knowledge. Reds legend Dirk Kuyt previously worked closely with Geertruida during his time coaching Feyenoord’s youth teams.

He has mentioned the young player, along with Orkun Kokcu, as players Liverpool should keep an eye on. Kuyt expressed the hope that Liverpool would be interested in Feyenoord players, citing his own successful move to Liverpool as an example.

This suggests that Geertruida and Kokcu have the potential for big futures, according to Kuyt.

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