Tottenham Hotspur’s Steven Bergwijn has been repeatedly linked with a move to Ajax in recent months.
On December 12th, multiple reports from the Dutch press stated the Amsterdam club have made contact with Spurs for the forward.
Fast forward to this week and De Telegraaf again stressed Erik ten Hag’s side are keen to bring the Netherlands international back to his country. They, however, can only press for his signing if they manage to sell David Neres in January.
Recent reports from England have stated the north London club are interested in Adama Traoré.
The possibility of Spurs making an attempt for the Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker could give hope to the Eredivisie winners to secure the services of the former PSV Eindhoven man.
De Telegraaf journalist Valentijn Driessen now states Antonio Conte’s side are determined not to let go of any players midway through the season.
“I heard that Tottenham Hotspur are not prepared to talk about any player since they still have a lot of games to play and have a very small group of players. And they also have Covid cases and injuries. So, they actually want to keep everyone on board,” Driessen was quoted as saying by FCUpdate.nl.
According to FCUpdate.nl, Ajax have ‘concrete interest’ in Bergwijn and would like to take him away from Tottenham in the winter market.
The website further adds that it’s possible Traoré’s potential arrival would give Conte more options in attack, and then the Dutchman could ‘still leave’ Spurs.