Feyenoord midfielder Lex Immers has made it clear that he hopes to leave the club for greener pastures in the summer.
The 27-year-old has been one of club’s star performers since arriving from ADO Den Haag two years ago, and he has helped the De Kuip outfit achieve Champions League qualification this term.
Immers admits that he plans to leave Feyenoord at the end of the current campaign, stating a preference for Italy and Spain.
“Absolutely, I have the age to make that step. (Spain and Italy) Those are the countries for me. There you have nice weather and technical football,” Immers confessed in a TV show on Omroep West.
The experienced footballer has a contract until June 2016 at De Kuip, but everything suggests he will be moving clubs as early as the following summer.
Immers has been in scintillating form over the last two years, having bagged no less than 24 goals in 64 Eredivisie appearances for the club.
He has yet to be handed a Netherlands debut, but the first call-up may not be far away considering his latest performances.