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Dutch giants remove Real Madrid target release clause in new contract

Sat 05 October 2019 | 23:21

The profoundly appraised Moroccan midfielder is probably going to get considerably more income for the Dutch champions after the change to his new agreement.

Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid are keen on signing Ajax’s exceptionally appraised winger Hakim Ziyech, as per De Telegraaf.

The 26-year-old was heavily linked with a move away from the Netherlands during the as of late finished up transfer window however no club made an approach for him which is the reason he ended up remaining with the Lancieri.

As per the latest report, the Los Blancos are interested in signing the Morocco international, in any case, things are not as easy as they were previously.

Ziyech has quite recently signed a new contract with Ajax where his previous €30 million release clause has been removed.

The report additionally expressed that the Dutch club are presently expecting an offer of around €50 million for the player.

Los Blancos were emphatically linked with a move for Van de Beek throughout the summer transfer window, however, the Netherlands international, at last, stayed in Amsterdam.

The 22-year-old has by and by been in great form this season - scoring three times and providing six assists in 11 appearances for his Dutch club in all competitions.

Ziyech was also firmly linked with a mid-year exit, but the 26-year-old did not leave last season's Champions League semi-finalists in spite of revealed enthusiasm from the Premier League.

As indicated by reports in Spain, Madrid scouted the pair during Ajax's 3-0 win over Valencia in the Champions League on Wednesday night, and Zidane has now given the thumbs up to move for the couple.

The two players were on the scoresheet against Los Che in the European match- Ziyech opening the scoring in the eighth minute before Van de Beek netted in the second period.

The profoundly appraised Moroccan midfielder is probably going to get considerably more income for the Dutch champions after the change to his new agreement.


source: SportMob