Dutch giants Ajax are considering making a move for their former player Daley Blind, as per reports from The Sun.
Daley Blind was a regular face in the Manchester United squad under Louis van Gaal, buts since the day Mourinho has taken the helm, the player’s future has been under heavy scrutiny. He did feature a lot initially, but his appearances were locked down eventually.
The Dutchman has been only limited to 16 Premier League starts, and in the process, he has only bagged one goal and two assists. Furthermore, Blind, who cost United £14 million three years ago, has only one year left on his current Manchester United deal, and no talks about the same have been initiated by either party.
With all this said and done, Dutch champions Ajax are looking for a possibility to bring him back, and if Mourinho gives them even a slightest of hint, they will definitely make a move for their former skipper.
A product of the renowned Ajax’s youth setup, Blind spent five years with Ajax, and in the process, established himself as one of the most promising and technically gifted players. He certainly isn’t the strongest one on the pitch, but his awareness and tactical genius allow him to make up for it.
In these three years with Manchester United, the Netherlands international has made more than 100 appearances, but as mentioned before, Mourinho’s arrival has changed the entire scenario. Hence, it will now be interesting to see what the future folds for him.