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Transfer updates26 minutes ago
Jans possibly presented tomorrow at Twente
FC Twente may already present Ron Jans as new trainer tomorrow. The 61-year-old coach still keeps himself on the flat. "It is clear that there is contact. It also looks good, but it is not yet complete. I can not say more about it," said Jans. (Source: AD )
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Transfer updates31 minutes ago
'Bayern and Ajax in talks about Dest again'
Due to the corona virus, the possible transfer from Sergiño Dest to Bayern Munich was on the back burner for a while, but the German club would have reported to Ajax again. The brand new national champion has reportedly proposed to rent the right back for a year with an option to buy, but for Ajax only a direct transition is negotiable. (Source: Bild )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 6:45 PM
"Mark thought long and hard about it, after which the choice fell on Feyenoord", says agent Tim Vrouwe, who represents the interests of Diemers on behalf of Forza Sports Group (FSG). "It is a great challenge for him to succeed at a big club like Feyenoord. The fact that Dick Advocaat wants him so much is a big compliment for Mark." (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 6:39 PM
Feyenoord records Diemers for three years after medical examination
Mark Diemers continues his career at Feyenoord, his agent Tim Vrouwe confirms. The 26-year-old midfielder signs a three-year contract in De Kuip after his medical examination, which he will undergo within a few days. Diemers, who also considered a contract proposal from FC Groningen, comes from Fortuna Sittard, where his contract lasted one more season. (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 6:26 PM
Trainer Leipzig also counts on Werner on transfer in CL
Leipzig trainer Julian Nagelsmann is not shocked by reports that Timo Werner would be absent at the conclusion of the Champions League in (presumably) August. According to English media, the 24-year-old attacker is about to complete a transfer to Chelsea and is determined to join the preparation at his new club. "He knows how much I like him and that I have always let him play, even when he was less in shape," says Nagelsmann. "Moreover, the transfer has not yet been completed, so we will see further after that." Leipzig is the first time in history in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
Transfer updatesyesterday at 5:24 PM
'Ron Jans new trainer FC Twente'
Ron Jans will return to the Eredivisie next season. The 61-year-old Zwollenaar is going to work at FC Twente, reports the AD . At Twente he succeeds Gonzalo García, whose contract was not renewed. Jans was previously trainer of FC Groningen, SC Heerenveen, PEC Zwolle, Standard Liège and FC Cincinnati. He had to leave the latter club in an unpleasant way earlier this year after alleged racism. (Source: AD )
yesterday at 5:24 PM
Transfer updatesyesterday at 5:18 PM
Willem II rents goalkeeper Woud to Almere
Willem II rents goalkeeper Michael Woud for a season at Almere City FC. The 21-year-old New Zealander wants to gain experience at the Kitchen Champion Division club. Woud has been playing for Willem II since the summer of 2018, where his contract runs until mid-2022. He has so far played five Eredivisie matches for the Tilburg team. Willem II is still looking for a new first keeper, because Timon Wellenreuther has switched to Anderlecht.
Transfer updatesyesterday at 3:25 PM
Heerenveen can not pay Stekelenburg
The transfer-free Maarten Stekelenburg has been associated with various Eredivisie clubs for weeks. Sc Heerenveen also wants to attract a keeper this summer, but 37-year-old Stekelenburg is not feasible for the Frisian club. "In principle he is out of our league, " says technical manager Gerry Hamstra. "Our budget is under pressure, so we mainly have to look for transfer-free players. We want to get two goalkeepers, a center back on the left, an attacking midfielder and a striker." (Source: Omrop Fryslan )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 12:59 PM
VVV loses Röseler
VVV-Venlo loses Nils Röseler. The 28-year-old defender returns to his home country of Germany, where he will play in the Second Bundesliga for mid-engine SV Sandhausen 1916. The former youth player of FC Twente, made the switch from Germany's Chemnitzer FC four years ago. He immediately captured a base place at VVV, was missing only five times in four seasons and came to 164 official matches. (Source: VVV-Venlo)
Transfer updatesyesterday at 11:03 AM
Oxford United wants to continue with Kelly
Feyenoord appearing to be delivered from Liam Kelly. The midfielder, who with his hefty salary puts a lot of pressure on the budget of the club, was rented to Oxford United in the past six months and that club would like to rent it again or even take it over permanently. "We are about to extend the deal. I would love to keep him here, especially if he continues to perform as he does now. He is a really good player," said manager Karl Robinson (Source: Oxford Mail )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 9:54 AM
'Lozano sent away from Napoli training'
The marriage between Hirving Lozano and Napoli is not too happy for the time being and that does not seem to be going to change. The attacker, who came from PSV for a record amount of 42 million euros last year, would have been sent away from the training yesterday. Gennaro Gattuso was reportedly unhappy with the lack of commitment and apathetic attitude of the Mexican international, who may be switching clubs again this summer. (Source: Corriere dello Sport )
yesterday at 09:54
Transfer updatesyesterday at 9:41 AM
Arteta invites Aubameyang to stay
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang said on Sunday that he has doubts about his future at Arsenal. The striker has only a one-year contract and says he is at a crossroads in his career. Manager Mikel Arteta wants the club to do everything to convince him to stay. "I think it is our responsibility to make him feel that he has to do that. He is invaluable to us so we don't want to lose him."
Transfer updatesyesterday at 9:22 AM
"Newcastle wants to buy Immobile after takeover"
Newcastle United reportedly hopes to get permission this week to be taken over by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. In that case, Ciro Immobile should become the first purchase of the then suddenly wealthy club. According to the insiders, Bin Salman has 55 million euros for the striker of Lazio and the current top scorer of the Serie A, who can earn 40 million euros in five years. (Source: Gazzetta dello Sport )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 7:51 AM
Hiddink does not yet know whether he will remain an advisor to PSV
Guus Hiddink does not yet know whether he will remain an advisor to the technical staff of PSV. He provided Ernest Faber with tips in the last six months, but that has made way for Roger Schmidt. "We have not yet talked about the progress, I do not want to get in the way of anyone and first make sure that they are in the direction of the new people. They must first find their own way, get in touch. So as far as my person is concerned, everything is now on hold . " (Source: De Telegraaf )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 7:41 AM
Roma wants to build future with Kluivert
AS Roma coach Paulo Fonseca hopes he won't lose Justin Kluivert to Arsenal, who would like to trade him with Henrikh Mkhitaryan. "Justin is one of the young players Roma wants to build a future with. He's a different type of player from his dad. Patrick was a great player, a great striker, but Justin has everything to become just as good. He'll have a chance to prove it here. (Source: Publico )
Transfer updatesyesterday at 7:33 AM
Janmaat wants to return to Eredivisie next year.
Daryl Janmaat plans to play football at Watford for one more year and then return to the Eredivisie. "Yes, that was already in my head a year ago, but then the desired club from the Eredivisie did not come by. It is England and then the Netherlands. Another country no longer needs me. The children would like to return and then I think it would have been nice. Then I had a wonderful adventure abroad. " (Source: AD )
yesterday at 07:33
Transfer updatesyesterday at 7:28 AM
Kökcü sees nothing in leaving Feyenoord
Orkun Kökcü does not want to leave Feyenoord despite the interest of Arsenal and Sevilla, but he wonders if the club thinks the same. "I'm not done here yet, I'm having a good time, I want to be a champion next year. But I've had an offer twice now that wasn't what I hoped for. And now it's quiet. I don't know if it's is conscious, but it sometimes feels as if the club is taking the time to sell me later. " (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesMonday at 8:07 PM
"Anderlecht still report to PSV for Luckassen"
Anderlecht reportedly still reported to PSV to take over Derrick Luckassen. The Belgian club expired on 31 May to take over the hired defender for a fixed transfer fee of 5 million euros. The club wants to do business for a lower amount. The unnecessary Luckassen in Eindhoven still trains in Brussels. (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesMonday at 6:27 PM
Trainer Lukkien rejects FC Twente
Dick Lukkien is not the new trainer of FC Twente. The FC Emmen coach has recently been approached, but because he only just signed a new contract until mid-2023 in Drenthe, his ears are not about a switch. "I have therefore indicated that I want to stay with FC Emmen," said Lukkien. (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesMonday at 5:49 PM
'Feyenoord director Arnesen talking to Petrovic'
Zeljko Petovic may well become an assistant to Dick Advocaat at Feyenoord. The former midfielder was spotted at an Eindhoven restaurant this afternoon with Feyenoord technical director Frank Arnesen. Petrovic previously worked with Lawyer at FC Utrecht, Sunderland and the national team of Serbia. (Source: De Telegraaf )
Transfer updatesMonday at 5:32 PM
Huntelaar (36) extends contract with Ajax
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has extended his expiring contract with Ajax by one season until the summer of 2021. "I wanted to continue and preferably here at Ajax. I no longer see myself in another shirt I feel fit, come to the club with pleasure and I am sure I can still contribute on the field, "said the striker, who turns 37 in August.
Monday at 5:22 PM
Transfer updatesMonday at 4:59 PM
'Sparta is thinking of Stekelenburg after a serious injury to Coremans'
Sparta Rotterdam may stunt on the transfer market by bringing Maarten Stekelenburg to Het Kasteel. On Friday during the last training session of the season, Tim Coremans sustained a serious knee injury, which keeps him on the sidelines for nine months. The 37-year-old Stekelenburg has an expiring contract with Everton, where he is second choice. The 58-time international of Orange would have told Sparta that he wanted to wait before making a decision. Several Eredivisie clubs have Stekelenburg in mind. (Source: AD )
Transfer updatesMonday at 4:33 PM
Spartan Mattheij to Bulgaria
Jürgen Mattheij signs for two years with CSKA Sofia, the 31-times national champion of Bulgaria. The 27-year-old defender comes transfer free from Sparta Rotterdam. Mattheij previously played at Exceslior for no less than eight years. (Source: CSKA Sofia)
Transfer updatesMonday at 4:28 PM
Heracles definitively leases Burgzorg in
Heracles Almelo binds Delano Burgzorg for the next three years. The 21-year-old attacker was already hired from the Italian Spezia in the past six months.
Transfer updatesMonday at 3:45 PM
NEC takes over Elayis Tavsan from Sparta Rotterdam. The nineteen-year-old attacker, who was leased to Telstar last season, will sign in Nijmegen until 2023.
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Transfer updatesMonday at 3:28 PM
'FC Twente is also thinking of trainer Lukkien'
In addition to Ron Jans, Dick Lukkien is also in the picture as the new trainer of FC Twente. FC Emmen, however, assumes that his trainer will remain normal, which gives Jans the best papers. "You never know for sure in football, but we assume that Dick will stay. We recently extended his contract until mid-2021 by two years," said FC Emmen chairman Ronald Lubbers. (Source: De Telegraaf )
Transfer updatesMonday at 2:56 PM
FC Groningen does not consider option to buy Asoro
FC Groningen does not definitively take over Joel Asoro from Swansea City. The Groningen people are not going to explain the option to buy in the lease of the 21-year-old attacker. Asoro came to seventeen official matches and three goals for FC Groningen last season. "We wanted to rent Joel for an extra year, but that was not an option at the moment," says technical director Mark-Jan Fledderus. (Source: FC Groningen)
Transfer updatesMonday at 1:39 PM
'MVV wants to appoint Kalezic as new trainer'
MVV Maastricht would see the new trainer in Darije Kalezic. The 50-year-old Bosnian is reportedly considering an offer from the Limburgers. MVV is looking for a successor to Fuat Usta, whose expiring contract will not be renewed. Kalezic previously coached De Graafschap, Jong PSV and Roda JC in the Netherlands. He worked abroad in recent years, but would now like to return to the Netherlands. (Source: VI )
Transfer updatesMonday at 12:54 PM
'Weghorst on Hertha's wish list'
Wout Weghorst would be on Hertha's BSC wish list. The ambitious investor Lars Windhorst of the Berliners is reportedly making 50 million euros available for purchases and the blood-holding international of Orange must be the new striker. In addition to Weghorst, Hertha would also like to bring in Deyovaisio Zeefuik (FC Groningen), Gregor Kobel (VfB Stuttgart) and Krépin Diatta (Club Brugge). (Source: Bild )
Transfer updatesMonday at 11:56 AM
Aubameyang doubts about future at Arsenal
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang doubts whether he should extend his one-year contract with Arsenal. "I talked to the club a few months ago. They hold the keys. It's up to them to do their job and then we'll see how it goes. I'm at a crossroads in my career and I want to be honest to everyone. It will be a difficult decision, "said 30-year-old Gabonese. (Source: Téléfoot )
Transfer updatesMonday at 10:48 AM
Heracles loses Van den Buijs to Beerschot
Heracles Almelo loses Dario van den Buijs to Beerschot. The 24-year-old Belgian defender had an expiring contract and was also in the interest of Fortuna Sittard. He switched from FC Eindhoven to Heracles in the summer of 2017 and has since then made 57 official matches, scoring twice. Van Den Buijs signs a three-year contract with Beerschot, which plays in First Division A. (Source: Heracles Almelo)
Transfer updatesMonday at 9:51 AM
'Heracles and Genk round the table about Dessers'
Cyriel Dessers can continue to hope for a transfer from Heracles Almelo to Racing Genk. Both clubs would have sat down again to discuss a possible transition of the shared top scorer of the Eredivisie. Heracles and Genk recently stopped negotiations because the Belgians did not want to meet the asking price of allegedly 5 million euros. The conversations would now be more positive. (Source: The Latest News )
Transfer updatesMonday at 8:01 AM
'Diemers gives yes to Feyenoord'
Feyenoord seems to win the battle for Mark Diemers after all. The 27-year-old midfielder of Fortuna Sittard prefers the Rotterdammers to FC Groningen and would have given his yes to the management of Feyenoord. He and Fortuna had already verbally agreed with Groningen last month, but it was not possible to transfer because of a dispute about a resale clause. (Source: Dagblad van het Noorden )
Transfer updatesMonday at 7:34 AM
'Van der Gouw new goalkeeper coach PSV'
Raimond van der Gouw is said to be the new goalkeeper coach of PSV. The 57-year-old Manchester United goalkeeper has been working in the same position at Vitesse since 2009, but he would now choose a different challenge and leave for Eindhoven. Van der Gouw will succeed Ruud Hesp, whose expiring contract will not be renewed by PSV after seven years of employment. (Source: De Telegraaf )
Transfer updatesSunday at 11:44 PM
Dortmund director: 'Sancho seems to stay'
Director of football affairs Sebastian Kehl of Borussia Dortmund expects Jadon Sancho to play for the 'Borussen' next season. The twenty-year-old attacker has been associated with a transfer to Liverpool for some time. "The rumors are wrong, because there is nothing going on," emphasizes Kehl. "Jadon is extremely important to us. At the moment, we assume that he will still be playing with us next season." (Source: Sky Germany )
Transfer updatesSunday at 10:15 PM
Chelsea wants to extend Van Ginkel contract
It seems that Marco van Ginkel will stay with Chelsea even longer. The 27-year-old midfielder has not been in action for two years because of an injury, but 'The Blues' nevertheless made him an offer to extend his expiring contract. "It is not without reason that a club tries to keep you in such an uncertain time after such a long injury period," says Van Ginkel. "Apparently they still see something in me, although we still have to get out." (Source: Eindhoven Daily )
Transfer updatesSunday at 7:41 PM
Huntelaar: "It looks good for next season."
It doesn't seem to be long before clarity about the future of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar comes. The 36-year-old striker, whose contract with Ajax expires, does not seem to be putting an end to his career in any case. "I can't say much yet, but it looks good for next season," says Huntelaar. "In my head I am still a footballer and physically I have no problems. Life smiles at me." (Source: NRZ)
Transfer updatesSunday at 5:23 PM
Aubameyang does not yet know if he wants to stay with Arsenal
It is still not clear how long Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will still wear the Arsenal shirt. The thirty-year-old attacker has a contract with 'The Gunners' that expires in the summer of 2021, so that a departure is lurking. "I don't know yet if I'm going to renew my contract," said Aubameyang. "This will be the most important decision I have made in my career, but I haven't decided yet." (Source: Telefoot)
Transfer updatesSunday at 5:02 PM
Alexis Sánchez gets a new chance at United
Is there any future for Alexis Sánchez at Manchester United? According to English media, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and director Ed Woodward today discussed the Chilean attacker, who is playing on a rental basis with Internazionale this season. United is reportedly struggling to sell Sánchez and his contract will run for two more years, allowing him to prove himself again with 'The Red Devils' next season. (Source: Sunday Mirror)
Transfer updatesSunday at 2:56 PM
Havertz increasingly linked to Chelsea
It is increasingly becoming that Chelsea wants to bring not only Timo Werner, but also his compatriot Kai Havertz to London. The name of the star player of Bayer Leverkusen is increasingly appearing in the foreign media, although supply and demand seem to be very far apart. Chelsea captured Hakim Ziyech months ago. (Source: Daily Mail )
Transfer updatesSunday at 2:11 PM
Which club should Donny van de Beek choose when he leaves Ajax?
- Real Madrid
- Manchester United
- Another club
Transfer updatesSunday at 1:12 PM
Hateboer may get a formidable competitor at Atalanta
It could just be that Hans Hateboer will not get the least competitor at Atalanta Bergamo this summer. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport , the club plans to acquire Alessandro Florenzi, currently rented to Valencia, from AS Roma. The 29-year-old Florenzi, just like Hateboer a right-back, has 35 international caps for Italy to his name. Fiorentina would also be interested in him.
Transfer updatesSunday at 12:10 PM
"Jovic rejects Arsenal and wants to go to AC Milan"
Luka Jovic's days at Real Madrid seem to have already come to an end after a very disappointing year. The Serbian, who was committed for about 60 million euros last summer, would even have decided at which club he wants to continue his career: AC Milan. Even an offer from Arsenal, which reportedly has no less than 10 million euros in salary ready for him, cannot change Jovic's mind. (Source: Don Balón )
Transfer updatesSunday at 10:00 AM
'United has several alternatives to Van de Beek'
Manchester United seems to have a nice list of alternatives if the club fails to take over Donny van de Beek from Ajax. The list is said to feature the names of Saúl Ñiguez (Atlético Madrid), Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) and Mathias Normann (FK Rostov), among others. Normann is a Norwegian international and therefore no stranger to United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. (Source: Daily Express )