West London side, Chelsea are in a fierce transfer battle as the look to bring sensational Eredevisie star to the English premier league.
20 years old, Ajax star Jurrien Timber is a Netherland international. The player has shown a huge potential and this has made European top clubs to be interested in getting his signature. West London side, Chelsea are in the transfer battle with other top clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Lyon, Monaco and even Manchester United are monitoring the situation.
The Netherland star was vital in Ajax wining the league and he is a regular in Erik Ten Haag's squad. Jurrien Timber is a center back and his current contract is set to expire in 2024 with the player showing no signs of a possible extension.
Jurrien Timber has made a great impression on the European champions and might be a long term replacement for former Paris Sainte Germaine defender, Thiago Silva whose deal is set to expire soon.
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