Dutch publication Voetbal International claims that Feyenoord have targeted Hertha's Jurgen Ekkelenkamp and Leverkusen's Daley Sinkgraven.
According to Voetbal International, the Eredivisie side have targeted the two Dutch players, who play for Hertha BSC and Bayer Leverkusen, respectively.
Ekkelenkamp struggled to nail down a starting berth in his first season in the Bundesliga following his switch from Ajax in the summer of 2021, making just 11 starts through the 2021/22 season.
Feyenoord already showed interest in Ekkelenkamp last summer and are now understood to have reignited their interest in the midfielder.
However, Ekkelenkamp would have to take a drop in salary to make the move possible, and at the same time Hertha don't really want the 21-year-old to leave, per Voetbal international.
The Dutch publication further reports that Feyenoord have targeted Leverkusen left-bac Daley Sinkgraven as well.
26-year-old Sinkgraven saw limited playing time last season and could leave BayArena for a fee around €3 million.