Feyenoord eye duo
By Alex Livie
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Paul Bosvelt's departure to Manchester City has left coach Bert van Marwijk with a major void to fill.
Egyptian talent Hossam Ghaly has made a real impression during his trial and he could be offered a deal, but the stumbling block could be Al-Ahly's valuation of the teenager.
The Kuip club are keeping their options open, with NAC Breda skipper Schreuder and Willem II ace Landzaat catching the eye.
Schreuder's profile would certainly fit the bill, as he has a wealth of experience and would certainly consider a transfer.
He was on the cusp of a move to Austria Vienna earlier in the summer, but opted to stay at NAC as his family were not keen to leave Holland.
A switch to Rotterdam would be a different story, as the move would give the 30-year-old a real chance of challenging for honours.
A transfer would also give him the opportunity to renew his association with Feyenoord, having spent a short time with the club in the early 1990s.
Dutch international Landzaat (pictured) has caught the eye of a number of teams and the 27-year-old may feel the time is right to secure a move from Tilburg.
Feyenoord would almost certainly be an attractive option, but the Rotterdam side could be frightened off by Willem II's reported é¼3 million asking price.