Ajax has reached an agreement with FC Utrecht about the transfer of Sean Klaiber. Football International and the Algemeen Dagblad report this on Tuesday evening. The team from Amsterdam seem to be trumping Parma in the battle for the 26-year-old right back.
According to the AD, Klaiber will probably soon be presented in the Johan Cruijff Arena. He still has to come to an agreement with Ajax, but that is not expected to cause any problems. There is a multi-year contract waiting for him. Klaiber is the successor of Sergiño Dest at the Dutch top club, who is leaving for FC Barcelona. He has to compete with Noussair Mazraoui, while Jurriën Timber can also play as a right back.
Football International reporter Freek Jansen told FOX Sports earlier in the evening that Ajax will probably have to pay around five to six million euros to Utrecht. The Domstedelingen received a similar amount for Zakaria Labyad. Klaiber still had a contract until mid-2022 in the Dom City, where he already worked with Ajax coach Erik ten Hag.
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Update: According to The Telegraph Ajax has to dig deep into its pockets to take over Sean Klaiber from FC Utrecht. Competition from Parma pushed the transfer fee up to nearly five million euros. The amount can even rise to nearly seven million through bonuses and a percentage of resale.
The clubs will prepare the paperwork on Wednesday. The right back will also have final discussions with Ajax about the personal conditions.
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