Ajax and FC Utrecht are talking about Sean Klaiber, reports the Algemeen Dagblad. De Telegraaf reported on Monday evening that Ajax had reported in De Galgenwaard for the 26-year-old right back.
Now that Sergiño Dest is about to sign for FC Barcelona, Ajax is looking for an affordable competitor for Noussair Mazraoui: trainer Erik ten Hag has joined Klaiber, whom he still knows from his time at FC Utrecht. According to the AD, negotiations between both clubs have already started.
The medium does not specify how much FC Utrecht is asking and how much Ajax is willing to put on the table: the difference between supply and demand is, however, ‘decent’. Klaiber – in possession of a contract that runs until 2022 – also has an iron in the fire: Serie A club Parma has also set its eye on the fullback.
Ajax was also looking for a left back for a long time, but the question is whether that will come. Ajax took into account a transfer from Nicolás Tagliafico, but the Argentinian has still not left: the team from Amsterdam even want to extend his contract. Owen Wijndal of AZ was a candidate to succeed: he turned out to be too expensive to act as second choice behind Tagliafico. Lisandro Martínez is currently the back-up of his fellow countryman.
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