Hakim Ziyech will be allowed to leave Ajax for just £30m this summer, amid interest from the Premier League.
The Moroccan star is attracting interest from around Europe after an impressive season for the Dutch champions, playing a starring role in Erik ten Hag’s sides surprise run to the Champions League semi-finals.
The 26-year-old scored 19 goals and provided a further 16 assists in all competitions for Ajax last season, with Arsenal and Liverpool having both been credited with an interest in signing Ziyech this summer.
According to the Mirror, the winger will be allowed to leave for a fee of just £30m, having already attracted interest from Italian side Roma as well as clubs in Spain and Germany.
Ziyech’s departure would be the latest blow to Ajax as they bid to keep together the squad which won a domestic double last season.
Frenkie de Jong will join Barcelona this summer after a £75m deal was agreed in January, whilst captain Matthijs de Ligt is almost certain to leave having been strongly linked with host of Europe’s elite clubs, while winger David Neres is also in demand.
— Football Faithful (@FootyFaithful_) May 23, 2019