Publication date: Tuesday 30 of April, 2019 3:56
Ronald De Boer, coach of Ajax, says that Liverpool and Man City will be the ideal destinations for the wonderful game Matthijs de Ligt.
De Boer, who is currently the assistant coach of the selection of Ajax, thought that De Ligt, who is only 19 years old, is further in his development that Frenkie De Jong, 21, who only recently agreed to move to Barcelona.
Barça agreed to initial agreement of 75 million euros to sign De Jong in summer, but De Boer believes that De Ligt is more mature and believes he is ready for the Premier League, Liverpool. control the name
"For me, a 19 year old, Ajax's captain, he is the guy who is also close to Van Dijk with the national team, I want to say he's so strong. So determined to be a winner. Incredible, "he said talkSPORT
"You see it in front of the cameras and their interviews, for me, a boy of 19, I have never seen it before.
"You can play on all teams. If you are targeting an attacking team or a defending team, you can play on all the teams because it is so good.
"You can easily reach the Premier League and play for all the teams in the world. Frenkie De Jong reached 75 million euros and can reach Barcelona up to 85 million euros with Barcelona, but in my opinion, Matthijs De Ligt continues in his qualities and is more prepared to take this step than Frenkie De Jong.
"By De Ligt depends on him. He has to find a team and find out what he wants. You want a team that has fun and that most of the times is at the ball, this is nice, or it is directed to a team that delivers it.
"For me, Barcelona, Man City, Liverpool. Liverpool wants the ball, Paris Saint-Germain. They are teams that would give you tips to go there. All other teams, including Tottenham, are excellent teams to play. "
Ligt already plays next to Virgil Van Dijk for the Netherlands and former defender of Chelsea Mario Melchiot believes that if Liverpool is "smart" they will try to sign it in the summer.
Barcelona and Juventus believed that they followed the talented defender, who previously hinted to join Van Dijk in Anfield.