We’ve sold so many players I guess no one will leave, reveals Alfred Schreuder

Ajax manager Alfred Schreuder believes Antony will stay at the club despite England’s interest and added that the club have sold a lot of players this summer, so will not do so again. The Dutch giants let nine players go this summer, including Sebastian Haller and Lisandro Martinez.

Although Ajax won the 2021/22 Eredivisie title, the Dutch side have endured a tough summer spell so far, losing not one or two but nine players. This includes top scorer Sebastian Haller, their Player of the Year in Lisandro Martinez alongside Ryan Gravenberch, Andre Onana and a few other stars. But while the club have brought in replacements in the form of Calvin Bassey, Brian Brobbey and a few others, some of their top stars are still linked with leaving.

Betmatch

Explore the Parimatch review and find out what the best cricket betting bookmaker in India is capable of!

To find

This particularly applies to Antony with the highly touted young Brazilian with a move to Manchester United although so far nothing has materialized for the striker. But in light of all the players the club have sold, Alfred Schreuder believes Antony won’t leave as it would leave the Dutch side without strength. Not only that, the Ajax boss added that if the club saw ‘one more key player, it wouldn’t be good for’ them.

“I really think he (Antony) will stay. Of course we’ve sold a lot of players now. That hasn’t happened in recent years. We’ve also bought players. But we’ve sold so many players that I guess no one will leave No we haven’t discussed that (about a deadline for players to leave) But we talk to each other daily I guess no one leaves If we sell a key player besides, it wouldn’t be good for us,” Schreuder said, ESPN reported.

Follow us on Facebook here

Stay connected with us on Twitter here

Like and share our Instagram page here




Sports Grp2

Not all news on the site expresses the point of view of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.
Back to top button