Tottenham want to weaken Ajax0
London's Tottenham, after a one-year break in activities in the transfer market, are going to buy a good deal in the summer.
It is reported that English Tottenham Hotspurs decided on the main goal of the summer transfer window. This player was the playmaker of Amsterdam Ajax Hakim Ziyech.
Ziyech has an excellent campaign for the Dutch giant this season, with 18 goals and 15 assists in 37 matches in Eredivisie and the Champions League.
However, the 26-year-old has also been associated with several leading European clubs, whereas Manchester United, Manchester City and Real Madrid are claiming they are interested in the player and are ready to offer improved conditions.
According to the Daily Mail, the Spurs are ready to join the race for the Moroccan during the next transfer window. Clubs maintain close relations, and Ziyech played an important part in the victory of Amsterdam over Tottenham at the eponymous stadium in London.
Ajax are ready to consider offers in the region of 40 million pounds. However, the interest of the many clubs will arrange a real auction for the footballer of the Dutch team. In addition to the previously mentioned clubs, Bayern Munich and Dortmund Borussia hunt for the winger.
This summer, Ajax will be pushed to the transfer by the fact that the Moroccan’s contract with the club lasts until 2021. That is, next summer, the player will leave the team as a free agent and the promising team of Ten Hag and Mark Overmars will be left without a means to replace the player.
According to the bookmakers, the coefficient on Ziyech’s transfer to Bayern is 8.00. To French PSG - 11.00, and to Real Madrid - 13.00. Moving to Liverpool, Tottenham, Juventus, Barcelona and Manchester City - 17.00, and Manchester United at all - 21.00.
Let us remind you that Ziyech’s entire professional career fell on the Dutch Eredivisie, where he performed in Heerenveen, Twente and Ajax. Also midfielder spent 23 matches for the national team of Morocco, performing with it at the World Championships in Russia in 2018.