Feher unfazed by transfer talk
By Jeffrey Glorie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Reports in sections of the media are suggesting German titans Bayern Munich are keen, while Feyenoord are also monitoring his situation.
The Hungarian claims he is happy at NAC and would gladly finish his career in Breda, but the reports are clearly having an effect on him.
"It's making me nuts," the 28-year-old told Sportweek about the transfer talk. "Bayern Munich, Feyenoord, it seems I can go anywhere.
"But there is nothing concrete yet, so I don't have anything to say on the matter.
"It doesn't bother me anyway, I'm happy at NAC.
"If nothing happens, I would end my career here without any problems."
Feher has a contract with NAC until 2005 and Feyenoord have insisted he is not high on their list of priorities.
The Kuip club are looking to strengthen their back-line before exploring other options and although capable of performing at full back, Feyenoord do not see him as a defender.
"Our first priority is a defender," said Feyenoord technical manager Mark Wotte. "Feher can play well in the midfield, but as a right back I am less impressed.
"We have enough midfielders and that is why Feher is not top of our list."