Feyenoord have announced the signing of Oussama Idrissi, with the winger joining on a season-long loan from Sevilla.
Idrissi began his career at the Rotterdam club, signing for their youth academy at the age of 15, but never made a senior appearance before leaving for Groningen.
There, he impressed and earned a move to AZ, where, playing under current Feyenoord manager Arne Slot, he stayed for two full seasons, becoming one of the Eredivisie’s most exciting attackers.
Sevilla took notice of that and signed him in October 2020, but first-team chances were few and far between and he returned to the Netherlands, joining Ajax on a six-month loan.
After that spell finished, he then went on loan to Cadiz in January of this year, and will now be plying his trade on Dutch soil again.
“The years here in the youth academy have brought me a lot, as a footballer and as a person,” the Moroccan international told the Feyenoord website.
“I have very warm and beautiful memories of that and would like to add more to it here. Playing as a Feyenoord player in De Kuip has always been a dream. I’m very honoured that that’s going to happen now.”
He won’t be the last signing that Feyenoord make this summer, with Slot’s side also nearing agreements for Quinten Timber and Santiago Gimenez.