sport news Mino Raiola slams Ajax for their handling of Matthijs de Ligt's exit, days ...

'After Frenkie de Jong went to Barcelona, Ajax suddenly wanted more than we had agreed': Now agent Mino Raiola criticises Ajax for their handling of Matthijs de Ligt's exit, days after savaging Matthijs de Ligt joined Juventus from Ajax in the summer for an initial £67.8m He followed Frenkie de Jong out of the door at Ajax after he joined Barcelona  But Mino Raiola has criticised the Eredivisie side for changing their demands  Raiola also slammed this week over the state of the club 

By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline

Published: 11:23 GMT, 2 January 2020 | Updated: 11:28 GMT, 2 January 2020

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Days after blasting and their project for their recent malaise, agent Mino Raiola has now slammed Ajax for how they handed Matthijs de Light's transfer to Juventus in the summer.

The central defender was pursued by a number of elite clubs in Europe including PSG, and Barcelona but the Italian champions secured his signature on a five-year deal in July. 

Juventus paid an initial fee of £67.8million to Ajax for the player, who followed Frenkie de Jong in leaving Ajax after the midfielder left for Barcelona in a £65million deal which was announced nearly a year ago.

Mino Raiola has blasted Ajax for their handling of Matthijs de Ligt's transfer to Juventus

Mino Raiola has blasted Ajax for their handling of Matthijs de Ligt's transfer to Juventus

De Ligt joined Juventus in July for an initial fee of £67.8million and signed a five-year deal

De Ligt joined Juventus in July for an initial fee of £67.8million and signed a five-year deal

But Raiola insists he remains unhappy with how Ajax handled losing their two star players, especially with their demands once de Jong had departed.

'I don't want to say too much about it anymore, the most important thing is that Matthijs is happy,' Raiola told Dutch outlet Voetbal International.

'A year

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