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The Talent Factory Ajax already has a new star product. Is named Ryan GravenberchHe is 18 years old, plays as a midfielder and this past weekend he gave his team victory in the great Dutch classic against him Feyenoord (1-0). Your agent is Mino Raiola, so it is not surprising that it is compared to Pogba, which by physical and demarcation he remembers, and his name has already been associated with the great European clubs in macroeconomic operations such as those that led to De Ligt to Juventus oa De Jong al Barcelona. According Transfermarkt, its current value is 22 million, but local media assure that this figure is well below what the Ajax I would accept for a transfer.
Gravenberch already made Ajax history after being the youngest player to make his debut for the club at 16 years and 130 days. And although football is his great passion, the midfielder has another hobby that he could well have lived on if he weren’t also doing on the pitch: he is a gamer (video game star) of considerable renown at Countries Low. During the pandemic and the football break, he and his brother Danzell they starred in their homes games of FIFA that made him gain recognition on social networks among the younger audience and even went to play together on public television NOS, where in addition, Ryan was asked about his future while playing a FIFA game with his brother.
“Now he plays for Ajax. You have to stay here. I don’t see any reason why he should go, ”said his brother Danzell as he lost the game to Ryan. The new pearl of the team Ten Hag He replied to his brother: “I will listen to him, he always gives me good advice.”
So far, his popularity in the last year has grown like wildfire and his chances of continuing next season with Ten Hag’s team are slim. If all goes well, he will be part of the Dutch national team at the Eurocup, and will be part of midfield alongside Wijnaldum and De Jong. His dream is to leave the tournament with a score in the FIFA video game higher than the current one, which is 77 out of 100. “I want to be one of the best in the game,” he jokes. If his progression continues as before, it will undoubtedly be.
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