FSCB, formerly known as Steaua Bucharest, is high in the boom with an asking price of fifteen million euros. “We are waiting for it,” agent Anamaria Prodan told Romanian Digisport. “The club has a high transfer fee in mind and a number of interested clubs are struggling with that. I hope it will work. Feyenoord would be a huge step forward.”
According to Prodan, Feyenoord has materialized the interest, although it seems unlikely that technical director Frank Arnesen wants or can put millions on the table for Man, who is also in the interest of Norwich City. The Premier League relegant would have offered ten million euros.
“Every time I talk to Dennis I tell him that England would be a good step too,” said Prodan. “Feyenoord’s offer was equivalent to that of Norwich City. We will probably start talking again.”
The 21-year-old Man made seven goals this season in 23 league games for FCSB. In addition, he prepared four goals from teammates. He would be seen at Feyenoord as a candidate successor to Steven Berghuis.