Spurs in talks with Ajax over Steven Bergwijn transfer with Antonio Conte looking at swap deal with Antony | The Sun

ANTONIO CONTE is keen to sign Ajax's Antony this summer with forward Steven Bergwijn potentially going the other way.

The Brazilian winger contributed eight goals and four assists in Ajax's title-winning campaign.


This has seen the 22-year-old rise to the top of many clubs' shortlists, with Manchester United reportedly keen to bring him in alongside new manager Erik ten Hag.

His impressive season has seen him make nine appearances for the national team, scoring twice.

Despite interest from Old Trafford, Spurs believe they could hold the key to bringing Antony to England.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has reported Dutchman Bergwijn is being targeted by Ajax, with a deal being a real possibility.

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He tweeted: "Steven Bergwijn deal between Ajax and Tottenham is absolutely on, all partied are in contact – but it’s not fully agreed yet.

"Bergwijn, Ajax priority since January. Tottenham, still open to sell at their conditions."

However, SportsMole are reporting that they are willing to offer the 24-year-old as part of a swap deal.

Bergwijn failed to break into Antonio Conte's plans in North London, scoring just three goals in the league this season.

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However, two of those came in added time against Leicester City, securing a memorable comeback victory and sparking the catalyst to a top four finish.

The deal would add to Spurs' impressive transfer business already completed, with Yves Bissouma already confirmed through the door.

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