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Kluivert wants to stay in Germany

Thu 08 April 2021 | 17:34

Kluivert is unhappy with his contract because it lacks a purchase clause.

Red Bulls

21-year-old talent

Justin Kluivert

who has been playing for the club on a loan contract, likes to stay with the club and keep playing in Bundesliga, but his contract doesn’t have a purchase clause, so it will be hard for him if

Roma

doesn’t agree with his stay with the Bundesliga side.

The Dutch legend Patrick Kluivert’s son has told a newspaper about his form in RB Leipzig, insisting that he feels at home when he is in Germany, and he wants to stay a part of the club’s project.

"I feel comfortable here,"

the U21 Dutch international told "Algemeen Dagblad"

, "Do I want to stay? Of course. It would be great to show [Brian] how everything works here. For him, it would be great if he weren't the only Dutchman here."

Justin Kluivert had a good performance at Roma before joining RB Leipzig with a loan deal. He started his career at Ajax in his home country, where he attracted attention, being recognized as the future of his country, but he feels like he is most comfortable in Germany now and is hopeful about the next transfer window, despite the lack of a purchase clause in his contract.

"My loan does not included a purchase clause,"

the youngster told Netherlands’ daily

"[But] You know how things go when the transfer market opens up."


source: SportMob