Amoah has been in good form Ghana striker Matthew Amoah has been targeted by Dutch rivals Twente Enschede who are keen on signing him at the end of the season.
According to BN/De Stem , Eredivisie outfit Twente are closely monitoring the situation of prolific hit man.
The Ghanaian forward currently plays for Breda side NAC.
Steve McClaren's team are in the market http://www.goal.com/en/news/1686/eredivisie/2009/03/12/1151649/twente-chasing-nac-striker-matthew-amoah for a striker following the reports suggesting that current forward Blaise N'Kufo is considering leaving the Enschede outfit to move to Canada.
The 28-year-old Amoah was already being linked with a move to Twente last summer, but the deal eventually collapsed due to unknown reasons.
Amoah's current NAC contract expires in 2010.
Amoah made a superb start to this campaign with nine goals in his first ten league appearances.
However, a string of http://www.goal.com/en/news/1686/eredivisie/2009/03/12/1151649/twente-chasing-nac-striker-matthew-amoah injuries prevented him from having a great season.
The striker scored 12 goals in 16 league matches so far.
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