Ajax are considering a bid for Brighton and Hove Albion star midfielder Davy Propper, according to The Argus.
The Netherlands international signed for the Seagulls in 2017 for £6million and has since made 65 appearances, scoring just once in a 2-1 defeat to Leicester City earlier this year.
The Amex Stadium outfit could make a healthy profit on the creative midfielder, with Dutch giants Ajax debating over a £15million bid for the former PSV man.
Albion narrowly avoided relegation last season and soon appointed former Swansea City manager Graham Potter after the sacking of Chris Hughton.
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This could mean that if Propper does not fit the system Potter wishes to implement on the South Coast then owner Tony Bloom may opt to cash-in on the versatile and hard-working central midfielder.
Ajax have recently lost homegrown talent Frenkie de Jong to Barcelona and are at risk of losing club captain Matthijs de Ligt so will have a fair amount of funds to bring in fresh talent as they look to retain the Eredivise next season.
The Champions League semi-finalists have previously prized Premier League stars Daley Blind and Dusan Tadic to Amsterdam so will be keen to add Propper to their collection of acquisitions from England’s top-flight.