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Santiago Gimenez; Feyenoord with few big name sales

Something to consider Santiago Giménez is that Feyenoord has few renowned sales; although it is a training club in the Dutch Eredivisieis st

Santiago Gimenez; Feyenoord with few big name sales


Something to consider Santiago Giménez is that Feyenoord has few renowned sales; although it is a training club in the Dutch Eredivisieis still lagging behind other clubs like PSV Eindhoven or Ajax Amsterdam in the export of figures.

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The youth squad Cruz Azul, Giménez knows that Feyenoord is his entry into European football; however, those from Rotterdam have made few sales in name and in economic level that echo in an important way. Although it is still one of the most important clubs in the Eredivisie.

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There are few names that in the Feyenoord have come out with a great poster to the great teams of Europe; above all, during the last few years and its most important sales have not managed to have the expected impact.

Feyenoord and its sales

Thus, Santiago Giménez must glimpse that Feyenoord has few big-name sales; although it is one of the three most important clubs in Netherlands together with PSV and Ajax, is still looking to make major sales.

The most expensive sale in Feyenoord’s history is Luis Sinisterra, Colombian who was sold to Leeds United of the Premier League for 25 million euros; is followed by one of its historical as it is Dirk Kuyt, who at the time went to Liverpool for 18 million euros.

Specifically in the center forward department the names are few; Graziano Pellè who went to Southampton for 11 million eurosthe ‘Gardener’ Julio Cruz who went to Bologna for 8.2 million euros.

Probably his most famous footballer of recent times was Robin van Persie, who left for Arsenal in England for just 4.5 million euros.

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