Brad Jones has returned to former club Liverpool for pre-season training as he weighs up an offer from Feyenoord, according to a report.
Jurgen Klopp has welcomed the Australian goalkeeper back to Melwood to take part in training, as the player is currently without a club.
The 34-year-old was released this summer by Dutch club NEC Nijmegen and is being linked with a return to the Eredivisie.
Dutch newspaper De Telegraph, cited by The Express, claim that Feyenoord they have offered Jones a contract and his representatives are locked in talks over the structure of wages and bonuses.
Jones is reportedly keen on a return to the Dutch league where he figured regularly in the 2015-16 season and it is said that a deal is expected to be finalised this week.
The former Liverpool man made 11 appearances during his fiv- year stint at Anfield, as he was mainly used as an understudy to Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina.
His most successful spell of game time came at Middlesbrough, who gave him his senior debut in 2001 and gave him 34 premier league appearances, alongside several loan spells to the lower leagues.
A move to Feyenoord will see Jones link up with former Liverpool favourite Dirk Kurt who is currently on the books there.
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