BILD publishes details about Ajax’s first and second bid for Klaassen

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at

Ajax’s first bid for Davy Klaassen, which was rejected by Werder Bremen, amounted to IMAGE seven million euros plus five million euros in variables. Ajax director of football affairs Marc Overmars will soon report to the Weser Stadium with a new offer. According to the generally well-informed newspaper, Ajax will offer a fixed amount of approximately nine million euros plus three million euros in bonuses.

With the new offer, the total transfer fee could also amount to 12 million euros. However, the fixed amount is higher than with the first offer. The potential total transfer fee comes close to the sum that Werder Bremen paid two years ago to take over Klaassen from Everton: 13.5 million euros. The Bundesliga club hopes to recoup as much of that transfer fee as possible and could therefore agree to the second Amsterdam bid. IMAGE states that the corona crisis has cost Werder thirty million euros and that the club can therefore use a transfer fee for Klaassen well.

In addition, it is quite quiet around Milot Rashica, a player that, according to previous reports, could yield Werder approximately twenty million euros. The silence in the ‘transfer poker’ surrounding the ex-attacker of Vitesse makes Werder realize that a departure from Klaassen may be the only way to generate income. Klaassen left Ajax in 2017 for an adventure at Everton. According to IMAGE Werder has two potential successors to the midfielder in his sights with the transfer-free Kevin Stöger and an as yet unnamed foreign player.

Fansite DeichStube reported Wednesday afternoon that Werder wants enough time to get a replacement. The club would therefore have issued an ultimatum to Ajax: Werder wants an outline agreement on the table on Thursday and otherwise will pull the plug from the talks, the report said. Klaassen has a contract with Werder until mid-2022. Ajax is about to strengthen itself with Sean Klaiber from FC Utrecht; Klaassen may be the last addition to the closing of the transfer market.



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