Barcelona offensive for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt – Football Espana

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De Ligt drops a major hint over his future plans
Twitter LogoCopy Link IconFC BarcelonaMatthjis de Ligt to Meet with Ajax, Discuss Future Amid Barcelona RumoursChristopher [email protected]@CJSimpsonBRTwitter LogoFeatured ColumnistMarch 25, 2019 CommentsComment Bubble Icon

Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt has said hell talk about his future in the coming week amid rumours hes set to meet with his club and Barcelona ahead of a potential move.

Paper Rounds view: Grealish needs to be playing regular football in the Premier League one way or another. As things stand now there is a very good chance that could happen with Villa, and then Grealish has a very difficult decision to make. He may well look to someone like Ryan Sessegnon, who stayed with the club he came up with but his career has not quite kicked on as he might have hoped. There is still plenty of time for both players but this summer feels like it could be crucial for Grealish.

Per Onda Cero (h/t MailOnlines Max Winters), Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is in the Netherlands and will open talks with Ajax while there.

Meanwhile, Mundo Deportivo noted De Ligt is set to meet with Barcelona representatives as well as Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar and director of football Marc Overmars on Monday and Tuesday.

We now have a report surrounding Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt. The report says Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu is in Holland for a UEFA meeting but is using that as an excuse to talk to Ajax about a deal for the defender. The Spanish giants have already wrapped up a deal for De Ligts team-mate Frenkie de Jong and are confident of winning the race for the centre-back.

“Ill talk about my future next week, I still havent decided,” De Ligt told reporters after the Netherlands 3-2 defeat to Germany on Sunday, per Sport.

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Paper Rounds view: Apart from not signing a new deal, which he is entitled to do, Hudson-Odoi hasnt done anything to suggest he wants to leave. Besides, if he is frustrated with playing time that seems fair enough. He regularly makes an impact off the bench yet has to sit and watch Pedro and Willian still play in front of him.