- Dutch side, Ajax, have parted ways with Brian Brobbey
- According to reports, the European giants and Brobbey failed to reach an agreement on a new deal
- Brobbey's contract was expected to expire on 30 June 2021
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European giants, Ajax Amsterdam, has parted company with Ghanaian youngster, Brian Brobbey.
In a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Ghanasoccernet, the former European champions and Brobbey went their separate ways after failing to reach an agreement on a new deal.
Brobbey's deal with Ajax was expected to end on 30 June 2021, but the club's attempts to extend the deal have proved futile leading to a contract termination.
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Ajax sporting director, Marc Overmars, confirmed the sacking of three youth stars to Fox Sports via soccernews.nl:
"They don't have to be afraid. They, Donny van de Beek and Frenkie de Jong, can also take as an example. They played first division at Jong Ajax for almost a year."
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Brobbey played for Jong Ajax in the Dutch second-tier last season and made 13 appearances where he notched seven goals and assisted once.
The 18-year-old Dutch-born Ghanaian has been a target for Spanish giants, Real Madrid, who will look at adding the young forward to their squad this summer.
He won the 2018 UEFA European Under-17 Championship and 2019 UEFA European Under-17 Championship consecutively with the Netherlands.
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He scored 16 goals in 24 games for the Dutch U17 side since 2017 and has also netted once in two matches for the U19 team.
Meanwhile, former Ghana goalkeeper, Ali Jarrah has disclosed the amount he received after joining Hearts of Oak (also known as Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club).
The retired shot-stopper said he was signed for only GHc15 by the Accra-based giants.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh, the former national star recounts how he joined the Rainbow club from Fatah FC (now Mighty Victory) after impressing while playing juvenile football.
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Source: Yen Ghana