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Ajax is about to take over Sean Klaiber from FC Utrecht and it may not stop there when it comes to defensive reinforcements for the team from Amsterdam. According to the Italian Tuttosport Berat Djimsiti is also on the radar of the current leader of the Eredivisie. The 27-year-old central defender now still plays for Atalanta.
If Ajax does indeed want to incorporate the Albanian, it will have to deal with AC Milan. I Rossoneri have been after a new defender for some time due to physical problems in the back and Djimsiti is reportedly one of the options. Milan has even contacted the representatives of the stopper about a possible switch, according to reports from the sports newspaper from Turin.
Djimsiti has been under contract with Atalanta since the beginning of 2016, which in the years following his arrival leased him to Avellino and Benevento. The 31-time international of his country now has 73 matches on behalf of to Goddess behind his name, including 34 in the last Serie A season. During Atalanta’s successful Champions League adventure, he completed the ninety minutes five times. In the quarterfinals against Paris Saint-Germain, he was on the field for sixty minutes. The defender is still two years in Bergamo, including an option for another season.
The right-legged Djimsiti usually plays at Atalanta as the leftmost central defender in a three-man defense. If he does indeed come to Ajax, trainer Erik ten Hag will have an extra option at his disposal for the heart of his defense. The team from Amsterdam currently has a number of players in the ranks who can play there with Daley Blind, Lisandro Martínez, Perr Schuurs, Jurrien Timber and Edson Álvarez.
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