Ajax are confident they can overcome any problems arising over the selling of Hakim Ziyech to Chelsea due to the expansion of the Eredivisie season due to the coronavirus crisis.
Reports have indicated that the deal, worth in the region of 38million, could be in danger due to the league season running to the period where the winger would be joining the Premier League giants.
However, Sons of the Gods chief executive officer Edwin van der Sar believes that the contract could be ratified and has a group of special advisers set up to assist the club to overcome any problems that may arise.
However, it is said the English leagues are dedicated to ensuring the 2019-20 effort is finished after changing an FA legislation to allow the season to be extended indefinitely beyond the prior 1 June deadline.
“A task force will be installed, where all of the difficult matters will be covered. All the possibilities and choices will be discussed there. If you can not complete before June 30, there’ll be an opportunity there to make certain alterations that nobody believed possible. We’re all attempting to restart the leagues at exactly the exact same time, but if a few seasons operate longer than others, we’re considering what to do with these difficult matters, which nobody ever believed would be essential to review.”
On penning his bargain with the Stamford Bridge outfit, Ziyech advised the London outfit’s official site:
“I’m delighted and pleased to have signed for such an enormous club as Chelsea. I am excited about next season and hope we can achieve amazing things together.”
Meanwhile, though Ziyech will be a significant loss to Ajax, some pundits are suggesting that the club have a ready-made replacement in their positions in the form of teen sensation Naci Unuvar. The 16-year-old starlet has turned out to the first team — and was able to score in the bargain and it’s said that he is expected to step up and play a pivotal role in the side throughout the 2020-21 campaign.