Cyriel Dessers has been a revelation since arriving Feyenoord on loan from KRC Genk of Belgium, but Dutch manager Marinus Been believes he hasn’t done enough to lead Feyenoord’s attack.
The striker has scored 13 goals for the Club, despite being largely used as a back up to first choice striker at Feyenoord, Bryan Lissen.
Dessers earned his second start for the Arse Slot’s last Sunday against Groningen and he marked it with another goal.
However, speaking on a podcast, Marinus Been thinks that Feyenoord shouldn’t make his move permanent next season.
He insisted the striker and competitor Bryan Lissen are not good enough to be number one next season and inists Genk’s asking price is too much.
“Linssen has been dry for quite some time now,” says Mario Been in the Dick Voormekaar Podcast.
“But before that period he did very well for the team. He has scored eleven goals. But you could now see whether Dessers is the right man to take you a little further.”
“In the longer term, I don’t think they are suitable for taking Feyenoord further. That is for the simple reason that Linssen is not a real striker. And if you want to play a significant role in Europe and in the competition, you will have to go there. have to have a really good striker.”
“Dessers must then cost four million, I don’t think he is worth that, I say that very honestly. That is a lot of money.” He said.