Ajax look to offer Steven Bergwijn an escape route from his troubles at Tottenham this summer but the north London club will demand the Â£27m they paid for misfiring winger
- Steven Bergwijn is likely to leave Spurs this summer after falling out of favourÂ
- The 23-year-old Dutch winger is attracting interest from Dutch side Ajax
- Â Spurs are likely to demand around Â£27million for the Holland internationalÂ Â
- Bergwijn has set his sights on making Holland’s World Cup squad next year
Ajax continue to explore the possibility of signing of Steven Bergwijn this summer but Tottenham are reluctant to sell the winger.
Bergwijn became one of Jose Mourinhoâs first signings when Spurs paid PSV Eindhoven around Â£27million for him in January last year.
The 23-year-old was largely reduced to substitute appearances during his first full season in the Premier League and is also attracting interest from the Bundesliga.
Ajax are interested in signing Tottenham’s Dutch wingerÂ Steven Bergwijn this summer
Former Wolves managerÂ Nuno Espirito Santo is set to replace Jose Mourinho at Tottenham
Tottenham, however, are keen for Bergwijn to start pre-season with Mourinhoâs successor, which now looks likely to be Nuno Espirito Santo.
Spurs are expected to want their money back should Bergwijn depart north London, a fee that would represent a significant outlay for Ajax.
The Holland international is aware he requires regular game time in the hope of forcing a way back into Frank De Boerâs squad after missing out on the European Championship.
Bergwijn has set his sights on making the World Cup squad for the tournament in Qatar next year.
Bergwijn is targeting a recall to the Holland squad in time for next year’s World Cup in Qatar