Feyenoord midfielder Lex Immers has signed a new long term contract with the Dutch club ruling out a summer move, as reported by Sky Sports.

Premier League sides Leicester, Burnley and Crystal Palace are all reported to be interested in signing the playmaker this summer, but are unlikely to make a move now.

Immers has been a constant in the Feyenoord midfield since he joined the club in 2012 for £1million in 2012.

The 27 year old has been one of the top players in the Eredivisie over the past two seasons and is happy to stay in his native Holland for the foreseeable future.

“I feel a lot of appreciation from the club, which is an important reason for me to stay at Feyenoord longer,” Immers told the club’s official website, feyenoord.nl.

“I’m really, really enjoying myself and I feel completely at my place at Feyenoord. For me that was one of the conditions to stay here longer.

“I’ll go on holiday first but I’m already looking forward to the first practice and the qualifying rounds of the Champions League.”

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