Tottenham Hotspur’s Steven Bergwijn has been provided another opportunity to join Ajax after the Eredivisie winners failed to sign him in the January window.

On Wednesday, journalist Mike Verweij stated that Ajax will look to take the forward after this month so that it can allow them to include the operation in next financial year’s accounting.

This is relayed by De Telegraaf, where they further went on to provide more information on this case.

Ajax chiefs Gerry Hamstra and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar, have ‘broadly agreed’ a five-year deal with Antonio Conte’s man.

It’s further claimed the Amsterdam club have ‘increased the offer’ to Spurs. The proposal is around €25m, without it being made clear whether or not this includes potential bonus payments.

De Telegraaf also don’t specify or suggest whether Spurs have accepted Ajax’s latest offer for the Netherlands international.

There have been reports elsewhere stating that Tottenham and Ajax have agreed a deal for Bergwijn, but that has now been dismissed by Verweij.

The Dutch journalist took to Twitter to state such a claim is ‘nonsense’.