Arsenal, Liverpool & Man Utd among Premier League teams impressed by Quinten Timber

Feyenoord midfielder Quinten Timber has left a lasting impression on scouts from several of the Premier League’s biggest teams, sources have confirmed to 90min.

Europe’s elite sides have been paying plenty of attention to Feyenoord in recent months in wake of their impressive Eredivisie triumph last season.

Mexico striker Santiago Gimenez is being monitored by a host of teams, but another player catching the eye is Netherlands youth international Timber.

The 22-year-old is capable of operating in various midfield roles and has so far registered three assists and one goal in seven league games this season.

Timber, the twin brother of Arsenal defender Jurrien, has impressed the Gunners on their scouting trips to De Kuip this term.

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Scouts from Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have also filed favourable reports on Timber, who has carried his form from Feyenoord’s title-winning campaign into the new season.

From across Europe, Atletico Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Monaco and Napoli have all checked in on Timber’s recent performances.

Despite his tremendous performances over the last year, Timber has surprisingly not yet been capped by the Netherlands senior side.

Speaking to Voetbal International prior to the start of the 2023/24 season, Timber admitted he would like to make a big-money transfer some day.

“Yes, for sure. In the future of course. It would be nice to be able to take such a step. But that of course starts today, at Feyenoord. This season I want to show beautiful things. And we will see what the future brings. But that would certainly be nice, yes,” he said back in August.


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