Paratici makes huge determination earlier as he agrees deal for 26yr old player who set to have medical soon.
Daniel Levy is reportedly dissatisfied with the specifics of Steven Bergwijn’s transfer from Tottenham to Ajax, according to De Telegraaf.
What’s the promise?
For Spurs supporters, this is certainly fascinating news.
According to the Dutch news agency, Fabio Paratici, Tottenham’s director of football, has orally agreed to a deal with Ajax under which Bergwijn would join them for €30 million (£26 million).
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Levy, however, is not pleased with the add-ons incorporated or the sell-on provision contained in the agreements.
Ajax has accepted Bergwijn’s offer, and the 24-year-old is due for a physical.
Although you can appreciate Levy’s anger, it is unclear if his dissatisfaction with the deal’s structure will be sufficient to end discussions.
Ajax is requesting £70 million for Anthony, who Manchester United is interested in, and £43 million for Lisandro Martinez, who is also a target for Erik ten Hag and Arsenal.
The Eredivisie champions should be able to meet other people’s demands if they wish to pay these enormous amounts for their own players.
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Tottenham must let go Steven Bergwijn
While we understand Levy’s position, the chairman of Tottenham must see that this transaction goes through.
Antonio Conte finds little use for a marginal player, so a £26 million offer for him is too good to pass up. It’s also a sizeable sum of money that may be used elsewhere.
This agreement must be completed since Spurs have been unable to sell their marketable assets for reasonable prices for a very long time.
Levy naturally doesn’t want to be taken advantage of by Ajax, but if the problem is only with add-ons and sell-on agreements, we hope a solution can be found.
Keep a watch on this situation because if Ajax can’t satisfy Levy, Premier League clubs may also be interested.