Kuyt pondering Inter Milan switch
Friday 20 August 2010
Dirk Kuyt's agent claims his client is pondering a reunion with Rafael Benitez at Inter Milan.
New Inter boss Benitez is an admirer of the hard-working Holland international and reports suggest he is lining up a bid to bring Kuyt to the San Siro.
The player's agent Rob Jansen told Voetbal International today: "Yes, there is real interest from Inter, but Dirk has not yet decided if he wants to leave Liverpool.
"This is also a complicated transfer. Dirk Kuyt is a key player for Liverpool, he has an ongoing contract and was recently in the World Cup final.
"He may move to Inter or just stay at Liverpool. There is also the possibility that a player from Inter could be included in the deal with Dirk Kuyt."
Kuyt was rested for Liverpool's Europa League play-off clash with Trabzonspor last night.
The 30-year-old was brought to Liverpool by Benitez in 2006 from Feyenoord after starting his career with FC Utrecht.
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