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Rumor From Ghana: Ajax Talent Misehouy Can Switch to the Eredivisie

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Gabriël Misehouy has already closed the door behind him at Ajax , although his contract does not expire until the summer. SportsWorldGhana reports this. The eighteen-year-old attacking midfielder is said to be interested in the Eredivisie , Belgium and France.

Misehouy was known as a great talent in Amsterdam. Ajax tried for a long time to extend his expiring contract, but both parties failed to reach an agreement. As a result, the young playmaker has not been part of Jong Ajax’s match selection for several months. This season he played thirteen matches for the reserves in the Kitchen Champion Division, in which he scored seven times and provided three assists.

According to SportsWorldGhana , Ajax has now released him. Several clubs have Misehouy in their sights, including Sparta. The Rotterdammers will face competition from the French Lille OSC and the Belgian Anderlecht . Misehouy has been guided by the influential agent Pini Zahavi since the beginning of this year.

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