Antony: Ajax boss confirms ‘no change’ in Man Utd negotiations

Ajax manager Alfred Schreuder has uncovered that there has been no change of Manchester United’s journey for Antony, who continues to push for a make some separation from the club.

The Brazil overall has been stayed away from with respect to the matchday team for Sunday’s trip to Utrecht – the second game in progression where he has been blocked completely.

From there on out, Ajax have excused a third presented from United which 90min understands was worth €90m, inciting Antony to discuss his yearning to leave the club and further his calling with United.

With Ajax digging in, United at this point pushing for a plan and Antony continuing to demand an exit, Schreuder let it be known was essentially unimaginable that the 22-year-old could return to the team on Sunday.

“The Antony situation hasn’t changed stood out from last week,” he told ESPN. “We look at it inside every day, moreover with the player.


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“He reports himself to the club and we discuss it. Be that as it may, I really want to focus in on the players we have here, for the present Antony isn’t huge.”

Sources have certified to 90min that Antony’s representatives are asking Ajax CEO, and past United goalkeeper, Edwin van der Sar to endorse the winger’s exit, in the conviction that the €90m offered is more than a fair cost.

Van der Sar was key in convincing Ajax to offer Lisandro Martinez to United as of late and Antony is sure that the pioneer will relatively influence his future sooner rather than later.

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