Tottenham monitoring Ajax midfielder Ryan Gravenberch’s situation
Tottenham are monitoring the situation of Ajax and Dutch star Ryan Gravenberch, according to reports stemming from Spain.
Ryan Gravenberch’s Ajax stint
Gravenberch is just one of countless talents to have emerged from the famed Ajax academy over the years.
At just 19 years of age, Gravenberch is still very raw, and has a lot to learn in the footballing world.
But, despite his age, the Amsterdam-born midfielder has already begun to garner regular minutes with Ajax’s senior side.
After impressing at youth level, Gravenberch was promoted to Ajax’s first-team during the 2019/20 campaign.
And the Dutchman went on to float in and out of Erik ten Hag’s squad.
2020/21 and the current season, though, has seen the youngster firmly cement himself in Ajax’s midfield ranks.
All told, Gravenberch has featured in 66 times for Ajax’s senior side to date,
Across these appearances, the seven-time capped Netherlands international has provided seven assists and scored 10 goals.
Tottenham linked with Ryan Gravenberch
Now, as mentioned above, reports stemming from Spain have linked Premier League outfit Tottenham with an interest in the midfielder.
As per Spanish outlet Fichajes:
Tottenham Hotspur is monitoring Ryan Gravenberch’s situation in order to strengthen its midfielder area for the next Premier League season.
Gravenberch is currently tied down at Ajax until 2023, meaning he would only have a year left on his current contract next summer.
This would likely see his price decrease somewhat, and this is apparently when Spurs will look to land him.
Fichajes claim that he plan for the Lilywhites is to make an offer for Gravenberch next summer or to attempt to sign him as a free agent if he does not extend his Ajax contract.
Author: Josh Barker
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