Ajax coach Erik ten Hag is hopeful that his selection is largely intact, with a view to next season, even though there are a variety of fixed powers, in the interest of foreign clubs.
“I think we have a very large core of the selection will be retained,” said Ten Hag on Friday, at a press conference held at The Centre, where the Ajax training camp. “For any coach, this is a tough time, but we will do our best to prepare for it. It is now a matter of waiting.”
“The intent is clear. We are going to fight for each and every player’s selection and, if someone leaves, we get an adequate replacement. We will always be on the lookout for in the transfer market and have made our to-do lists ready.”
In relation to the basiselftal of last season, has been At the Hag, in any case, Barcelona will have left Frenkie de Jong will be lost. In addition, This Is and midfielders Donny van de Beek, and Hakim Ziyech is in the interest of the clubs in the foreign country, as David Neres, would not be able to leave.
“We want to be pro-active in transfer market’
Ajax was anticipated already by this week’s Quincy Promes of over 15 million euros to take over the city. That transfer will take place according to Ten Hag is indicative of the attitude of Ajax in the transfer market this summer.
“We want to be pro-active, and there is a Promes is a good example of this. It’s not that there’s necessarily a person must be before a player is able to pick up. It may even be the case that some of the players will still continue to be. In this case, we have a great selection, where the competition is high.”
Ajax started the season Tuesday with a practice game against Quick’20 in Oldenzaal (2-11 win) and connect it to the training camp in De Lutte on Saturday with a showdown with denmark’s Aalborg BK (kick-off: 12: 00).