Foeke Booy is facing uncertainty over his future at SC Cambuur as the technical manager is still waiting for talks to happen, Voetbal International reports.
The former Go Ahead Eagles returned to the club where he made his professional for during his playing days back in 2017 but with his current contract running out in the summer, Booy has confirmed he is yet to discuss his future with the club.
“It’s up to the club what they want, I haven’t heard anything yet,” said Booy, who says that the proverbial ball is in the hands of technical commissioner Bert Hollander.
Due to his contract situation, Booy is not currently planning for after this season and is not looking ahead of the loanees within the Cambuur squad. Currently, the Eredivisie side have three loanees – Joao Virginia from Everton, Felix Mambimbi from Swiss club Young Boys and Remko Balk from Utrecht.
He added: “Clearness will come naturally, but as long as it is not there I cannot make choices or give direction towards next season.”
This is not the first time Booy’s future at the club has been clouded especially when earlier this season he openly expressed his doubts about a longer stay in Leeuwarden.
“In October I talked about this with Ard de Graaf [Cambuur’s CEO] , which was a very good conversation in which we discussed those doubts on my part. That relieved me. What I want now is not so relevant, it’s up to the club now.”