Southampton-loanee Jordy Clasie is not enjoying his return to former club Feyenoord, according to Voetball international, via Sport Witness.
The 27-year-old took a pay cut at the beginning of the season to play for the Eredivisie club with the intention to impress on his loan spell and be re-signed on a more permanent deal.
Clasie has made 29 appearances for Feyenoord this season, having been loaned back to the club Saints bought him from for £8m, on a five-year contract, in July 2015.
But things do not seem to be going according to plan for the Dutchman.
The midfielder was taken of against Heracles on Saturday in the 77th minute and replaced with seasoned veteran Robin van Persie.
Clasie was visibly frustrated and refused to shake manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s hand before throwing his kit on the bench, which he was later fined for by the club.
The Dutchman had to be calmed by his teammates as he seemed to be reaching boiling point with regards to his future.
With Jaap Stam set to replace van Bronckhorst, performance and form means everything for the midfielder.
Southampton have made it clear that they do not want to pay “millions in salary for someone” who doesn’t “want to play for Southampton”.
Clasie has made just 49 appearances for the Saints and his contract will be expired at the end of this season.
Cash-stricken Feyenoord have yet to reach a final decision on Clasie’s future either, with uncertainty over what sort of side new man in charge Stam will put together.
As the season is nearing an end, it is looking more and more likely that Clasie will have to find a new club, even if it is on a free transfer, after it being quite clear that he has no plans to return to St. Mary’s.