Kuyt who has been recently linked up with Liverpool exit finally confirms his move to turkish Super Lig club Fenerbahce and he explains that his move has nothing to do with Liverpool Manager Rodgers.
Former Liverpool winger Dirk kuyt has moved to Turkish club Fenerbahçe. It was almost sure that Kuyt would leave Liverpool this summer but Dalglish’s exit and Rodgers entry was expected to make some changes on his decisions but his exit from Liverpool has confirmed. Kuyt has signed three years contract at Fenerbahce with his fees undisclosed which is expected to be £1m.
Fenerbahce is Turkish Super Lig club which stood second in the group table in 2011-2012 season. They are qualified for Champions League third qualifying round which might have attracted kuyt there as it was previously rumored that Kuyt wanted a Champions league place.
Dirk Kuyt has served the reds for 6 long year where he won just a single silverware which came on previous season as a Carling cup win. He played 284 games for Liverpool scoring 71 goals.
Kuyt through his Twitter thanked Liverpool FC and its fans ’I'd like to thank everyone I’ve worked with at LFC and specially my teammates.Also I’d like to thank the supporters for there great support.’
He also displayed his eagerness to play for Fenerbahce ‘ And to all Fenerbahce supporters. I can’t wait to start!!and really looking forward to win as many trophy,s as we can get!!!’
Kuyt will be playing as a striker for his newly joined club.