All the transfer rumours surrounding Dutch clubs and players on the 27th of June.

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janssen azjdjdAZ deny PSG interest in Janssen

AZ Alkmaar director Max Huiberts has stated that French giants PSG have not been in contact over striker Vincent Janssen.

Huiberts confirmed that bids from Wolfsburg and Tottenham have been rejected, but they have not yet heard from Paris. He told VI, “We have rejected them (offers from Spurs and Wolfsburg). There is therefore no change in the situation surrounding Janssen. I read that Paris Saint-Germain might be interested, but we know nothing about that. PSG have not spoken to us.”

Van den Berg presented by Reading on Wednesday

According to Voetbal International, Reading will present Dutch midfielder Joey van den Berg as Jaap Stam’s first signing on Wednesday.

The former Heerenveen star will sign a two-year contract with the English Championship side.

Maher claims interest from abroad

Adam Maher is expected to leave PSV Eindhoven this summer and according to the player himself, there is plenty of interest from foreign clubs.

The midfielder told Eindhoven Dagblad, “I can not predict it at this time but there is interest in me from numerous competitions..”

Kristensen to leave ADO Den Haag

ADO Den Haag are to say goodbye to their captain Thomas Kristensen, who will not be offered a new deal in the Hague.

The 33-year-old midfielder has been with ADO Den Haag since 2014, and made 48 league appearances, but will now have to look for a new club.

Letschert open to transfer abroad

Utrecht centre back Timo Letschert has admitted he is open to leaving the club this summer for a move to a bigger league.

The defender was a revelation for Utrecht last season and earned a place in the Netherlands squad for the end of season friendlies. Speaking to ELF Voetbal, Letschert stated he was open to moving, but only to a big league.

He said, “The transfer summer is still long, so it may still happen. There are some interesting clubs discussed, yes. It is difficult to name names, but I sometimes hear some from my agent. It involves clubs from the big leagues in Europe. I do not go to Russia or something. England and Germany have my preference.

“It is Germany, England or Italy. But it is a club at the highest level. Not in the Championship or so, then you can say goodbye to Orange. That’s not going to happen. I think I’m fit for the Bundesliga. It’s really a very nice competition and the way it is played speaks to me.”

 




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