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‘I’m going to play’ report announces new deal for determined Spurs star
By Eddie Razo -

Steven Bergwijn wants out of Tottenham Hotspur, and it appears as though his preferred destination is back to the Netherlands to join Ajax, which makes discussions for the 24-year-old a little challenging. 

Despite Bergwijn reportedly being keen on a move to Ajax, Spurs isn’t prepared to hand over the winger at a sum they’re not comfortable with, as 90min reports that the Dutch giants have agreed to a fee in the region of £20 million to sign the winger. 

Furthermore, Tottenham would receive £5 million in add-ons to help improve the transfer if Bergwijn does hit the ground running in his potential return to the Eredivisie. 

With the FIFA World Cup around the corner, the Spurs man wants to play consistently to earn a spot on the Netherlands national team and head into the tournament in good form. 

Since arriving at the north London club in 2020, Bergwijn has made 83 appearances, scoring eight goals and recording ten assists. 

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Paul
Paul
8 days ago

Not sure why ball carriers are generally frowned uaforementioned today. Once in a while you get Moussa Dembele who put on a show in the center circle and he is revered for life. Not too many Gareth Bale, Townsend and Lenons streaking down the flanks. Ryan Gigg was special and John Barnes was just scary carrying the ball. Ball carriers scare the lights out of defenses, scramble the opposition midfield. That is why Hazard and Cuthino were so great. Maybe the answer now is these cats don’t hit the net as often as the aforementions.

BillieBojangles
BillieBojangles
8 days ago

Spurs isn’t prepared” ?
This should be either “Spurs aren’t”, or “Tottenham Hotspur isn’t”. No charge for the copy editing, young Edward.

He’s been great for his country, just missed a few too many chances for us, gaffers couldn’t trust his finishing, so he was a bit-part player. Good luck to him, Ajax are selling Haller, so I suppose they need another striker, but it seems like quite the shift from a big fella who can play the target man/hold up role to a guy closer to Jermain Defoe if he’d eaten three extra cheeseburgers and didn’t shoot within a second of receiving the ball (no slight on Defoe, Kane credits him with instilling him with that “get a shot away” while you can mentality.

Archibald&Crooks (SC)
Archibald&Crooks (SC)
8 days ago

How that winner at Leicester went in I will never know. From the time it left his boot I saw it going wide of the post and thinking “thats Stevie”. For me the miss at the Merseyside Moaners FC sums him up.
Bye Stevie I think you are driven by having to perform at a level close to Kane & Son and it affects you. I expect you to thrive at Ajax.
Why Conte prefers Blind Alley Lucas I will never understand but there again it is results that matter and I wont lament you when Hugo is holding a few pots aloft this season.

judge
judge
8 days ago

Stevie will probably be a player that bites us on the arse one day – you know he is capable of so much more than he has shown thus far .
Even though his face is quite doleful at times , you sense that big grin was never too far away . A footballer who is yet to hit the heights of his ability , I sincerely wish him well and ask not to take his frustration out on Spurs – or England for that matter !!! Good Luck Bergie !!!! C O Y S !!

Billy Tonsils
Billy Tonsils
8 days ago
Reply to  judge

Agreed Good luck Mr Bergwijn..

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