Ajax, Erik Ten Hag

Ajax, Erik Ten Hag

Ajax coach does not fear break up of young team | Malay Mail

Ajax coach does not fear break up of young team

16.5.2019

Ajax coach does not fear break up of young team

AMSTERDAM, May 16 — Ajax Amsterdam coach Erik ten Hag says he does not fear the breakup of his young team in the wake of their Champions League success, but admits his players are attracting a lot of interest from other clubs. Ajax have already sold midfielder Frenkie de Jong, 22, to Barcelona in...

Ajax have already sold midfielder Frenkie de Jong, 22, to Barcelona in a deal worth €86 million (RM400 million) with his 19-year-old team mate Matthijs de Ligt expected to follow him out of the club for another big fee.

“We left a very positive impression and that is a compliment for Ajax. It will be a heated summer, that we have to expect.

“It was an incredible season and we must continue in the same way. The enemy never sleeps,” Ten Hag added.

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