Ajax are 'considering' an attempt to bring Matthijs de Ligt back to the club on loan after seeing his mixed start to life at . The highly-rated Dutch defender was wanted by all of Europe's elite but settled on a £75million move to Juventus in the summer. But having sat out recent matches and speculation mounting over his future, that Ajax are ready and waiting to see him return, if Juventus were to sanction an exit on loan this month. Matthijs de Ligt has seen his future put in doubt at Juventus with Ajax keen on a loan reunion RELATED ARTICLES
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Ajax are said to be keeping a close watch on how things develop for slot De Ligt in Turin under boss Maurizio Sarri. Having dislocated his shoulder - before valiantly playing on - against Atalanta, he sat out forthcoming matches and slot online was replaced by Merih Demiral.Demiral has impressed and retained his spot, raising questions as to the long-term future of De Ligt at the club. De Ligt began to come into his own at the back but injury saw him sit a few matches outA long-term injury to Giorgio Chiellini saw Sarri turn to De Ligt, who he wanted to ease in to a new league at such a young age, quicker than he expected. He has four clean sheets in 13 appearances, as well as a goal against Torino in the Derby della Mole, has given optimistic Juventus fans reason for promise. It comes as no surprise that his recent spate of substitute appearances have seen Ajax sit up and take note, situs judi slot on the off chance he is available to loan in January. Sarri has looked to quell any talk of an exit and told Sky Sport Italia: 'I am the first to be convinced that he will become the first defender in the world.'He had five difficult months playing every three days and having to settle in a new country, a new league with a new language.' Merih Demiral (left) has stepped up in recent weeks and has kept De Ligt out of the starting XI RELATED ARTICLES
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