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According to Dutch paper 'De Telegraaf', Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong will choose to move to Paris Saint-Germain out of all the clubs chasing him, among them FC Barcelona 

The Dutch media says an agreement was reached on Thursday between PSG and De Jong at a meeting in Amserdam. 

De Jong has supposedly given Ajax the green light to negotiate his future. The French club, whose sporting director Antero Henrique attended the meeting, will agree to pay around 75 million euros to do the deal. 

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Who would want to be a CF in this era? Its either do all the donkey work for the wingers, or bang 40+ & win nothing

Isco is Ander Herrera with a cruyff turn 

I don't care about fa cups 

8 hours ago, Admin. said:

According to Dutch paper 'De Telegraaf', Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong will choose to move to Paris Saint-Germain out of all the clubs chasing him, among them FC Barcelona 

The Dutch media says an agreement was reached on Thursday between PSG and De Jong at a meeting in Amserdam. 

De Jong has supposedly given Ajax the green light to negotiate his future. The French club, whose sporting director Antero Henrique attended the meeting, will agree to pay around 75 million euros to do the deal. 

Pep told him to meet him there 

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'NOT RIGHT MOMENT FOR SOLANKE'

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says the potential loan arrival of Dominic Solanke has been called off.

“It is a club decision. We were interested, I think he is a good player – it turns out there are complications, other factors involved in it and the club decided in the end it was not the right moment for us to be doing it," he said in a press conference. 

“I do feel a little bit disappointed for the player because I think at one stage he made up his mind in our favour so it looked as if it was going to work out but it didn’t work out in the end. 

“These are things you accept as a manager because there are always elements that are beyond certainly (the) coach’s control.”

 

is this not a bit odd?

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