Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Tottenham Hotspur have decided to sell Steven Bergwijn this month.

The Dutch winger joined Tottenham from Ajax in January 2020 in a £27million deal from PSV Eindhoven (BBC) and began his career in North London in the best possible way when he scored a brilliant match-winning volley against Manchester City.

Romano took to Twitter to reveal there is interest from a number of clubs in the 24-year-old with Ajax having already made an offer to take him back to the Eredivisie on a permanent basis, however, a deal has not been agreed.

Ajax boss Erik Ten Haag admitted during a press conference in August that Bergwijn would fit the profile of the type of player which he is looking to bring to the Dutch champions.

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When Nuno Espirito Santo came in, he picked Bergwijn for his first three league games and then reverted back to what Mourinho decided; a front three of Lucas Moura, Heung-min Son and Harry Kane.

Unfortunately Bergwijn’s Spurs career has been marred by niggling injuries which have hampered his chance to try and hold down a regular place in the side.

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