With Kuyt looking increasingly like a bit part player at Liverpool, it remains to be seen if manager Kenny Dalglish will be extending the Dutchman's stay at Anfield come the end of the season. Kalou was faced with a similarly bleak situation under former Chelsea manager Andres Villas Boas, but he has seen a resurgence of sorts in his Blues career after the appointment of interim manager Roberto Di Matteo.
While the Ivorian refused to rule out a possible transfer to his former team in the Eredivisie, he would prefer to stay in London fora few more seasons. However, Kalou shared that Kuyt did not share his intention to remain in England.
"For me Feyenoord is number 1. I want to stay another few years here. After that Feyenoord is an option." he said on Dutch television show Nieuwsuur.
"Dirk told me he wants to return now. Dirk said to me that I also must come, that we both have to return to Feyenoord."
Both Chelsea and Liverpool will continue their attempts to salvage their Premier League campaign this weekend, with the Reds visiting Norwich and Di Matteo's squad hosting Queens Park Rangers.