Nathaniel Phillips, a 26-year-old defender for Liverpool since the summer of 2016, turned heads in a season that saw a string of injuries to center backs. After the return of the mainstays of the team, he was not a regular, but he was in good shape for when the need arose and fulfilled his role as the fifth center back.
Phillips is now a midfielder at the age of 26, and he is looking to move to a club where he can compete for a starting spot. In recent years, he has been rumored to be on the move away from Anfield every time the transfer window opens, but this summer, he is more likely to make a move to a new club.
While there have been rumors of a move to Leeds United, who were relegated from the Premier League last season, there is also interest from the Dutch side. According to The Athletic, Feyenoord, who won the Eredivisie last season, have expressed strong interest.
Liverpool is asking for £10m. The Dutch club is reportedly a big fan of the player. Although they have not presented a concrete offer, a move to the club, which has qualified for next season’s Champions League, would be attractive.
Phillips, who has made a total of 29 appearances for Liverpool in the past, along with loan moves to Stuttgart and Bournemouth, will he leave England and play in the Netherlands?