Ajax ‘agree transfer fee with club’ to sell Matthijs de Ligt

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Ajax have agreed a transfer fee with Juventus over the sale of Matthijs de Ligt, according to reports from Holland.

De Ligt has been linked to a number of huge clubs including Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Liverpool this summer but it is Juventus who have apparently won the race for his signature.

Reports earlier in the week claimed De Ligt had agreed a contract with the Italian giants, which would see him earn £10.8million per season.

The amount equates to around £230,000 per week, and is nearly double what Paulo Dybala currently earns in Turin.

De Ligt is said to be very happy with this contract.

Ajax have reportedly agreed a fee with Juventus over the sale of Matthijs de Ligt

The only thing holding up the transfer was the two clubs agreeing on a fee, prompting De Ligt’s agent Mino Raiola to call on Ajax to make the deal happen.

Raiola told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf: “Agreements have been made with Matthijs and it is up to Ajax how to deal with this.”

De Ligt has been linked to a number of huge clubs

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It seems Raiola’s pleas have been answered as the same paper is now reporting that the two clubs have finally agreed on a transfer fee.

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The agreed fee has not yet been announced, but it is believed that Ajax wanted around €75million (£67.3m) for their captain.





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