Amsterdam - Ronald Koeman, the son of the Southampton manager with the same name, has signed for modest Dutch second division team FC Oss, the club said on Tuesday (fcoss.nl).
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The goalkeeper has moved from Almere City, where he failed to get any game time over the last two seasons.
"I have a really good feeling about this club. I think that I can grow here and I'm looking forward to fighting for a place in the team," said the 20-year-old.
FC Oss have already sold last season's first-choice goalkeeper Luuk Koopmans to league champions PSV Eindhoven.
Koeman senior also recruited a keeper this week with the loan signing of former Dutch number one Maarten Stekelenburg.