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14/05/2019 - 21:54 BST

Not Happening – PSV Rule Out Selling Liverpool Target Steven Bergwijn To Ajax


PSV Eindhoven technical director John de Jong has insisted that under no circumstances the club will consider letting Manchester United and Liverpool target Steven Bergwijn join Ajax this summer.

Bergwijn has been attracting the interest of several clubs across Europe following another good season at the Philips Stadion.


Manchester United and Liverpool have been linked with an interest in him and he has also been attracting the prying eyes of clubs from Italy, with Inter believed to be keen on the Dutchman.

But it emerged on Tuesday that Ajax are plotting to snare away Bergwijn from PSV, with his agent already in talks with sporting director Marc Overmars.


There are also suggestions that Bergwijn is keen on returning to his former club, but PSV have reacted furiously, insisting that no deal is possible between themselves and Ajax.

Technical director De Jong stressed PSV will allow their best players to move to the Amsterdam ArenA, with words which will surely be a boost for suitors Liverpool and Manchester United.

He was quoted as saying by Dutch outlet Voetbal Primeur: “Following on from what we have communicated, I will once again clearly state that a sale of Steven Bergwijn to Ajax is not negotiable.


“There is no point in discussing all kinds of hypothesis’ about amounts of €40m, €50m or €60m or even more.

“It simply won’t be the case [that he will be sold].

“We are not letting our best players join Ajax.”

Bergwijn has been widely tipped to leave Ajax in the rapidly approaching summer transfer window, but if he does leave, his destination will need to be outside the Netherlands.