City striker linked with loan exit
Dutch side Feyenoord are keen to secure the services of John Guidetti on loan from Manchester City for next season.
Guidetti joined the Eredivisie outfit on loan at the start of the season and has been in sparkling form for the Dutch outfit, with 20 goals in just 23 appearances.
Feyenoord are keen to keep hold of the 20-year-old Swedish striker if he does not feature in City boss Roberto Mancini's plans for next season, but Feyenoord technical director Martin van Geel has admitted City are yet to make a decision on his future.
"I can't say more than I have done," said Van Geel.
"Of course we want to keep John at Feyenoord for longer, but they haven't made a decision about his future yet."
The Sweden international is believed to have attracted the attentions of Europe's biggest clubs following his displays in Holland this season, with Champions League finalists Bayern Munich amongst those to be credited with an interest.
It remains to be seen whether or not City will want the striker to return to the Etihad Stadium prior to the 2012/2013 campaign due to the wealth of attacking options available to Mancini.
However, City will not want to sell the promising 20-year-old to a European rival and another loan stint at De Kuip could be a possibility for Guidetti.