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Emergency meeting to be held at Bologna after bid of twenty million euros on Mitchell Dijks

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Mitchell Dijks may be leaving Bologna after a season. According to De Telegraaf, the 26-year-old left back has been in the spotlight at several clubs in Serie A. AC Milan is said to have already made a bid of around twenty million euros for the former Ajax player. The newspaper writes that there will be an urgent consultation at the Italian club on Wednesday, where agent Dick van Burik is also present.

Dijks made the transfer from Ajax to Bologna a year ago transfer-free and adapted perfectly to the game in Serie A. The attacking wing defender played himself in the base in the team of coach Sinisa Mihajlovic last season and entered the competition 25 times in action. Because of his good game, the Dutchman has appeared on the wish list of various Italian clubs. His contract in Bologna will continue until mid-2023.

Opposite the possible departure of Dijks is probably the arrival of Stefano Denswil and Jerdy Schouten. The former has reached an agreement on a three-year contract, with an option for another year, according to the newspaper. Club Brugge receives a transfer fee of six million euros for the former Ajax player. Denswil will undergo a medical examination at Bologna on Thursday.

Denswil will most likely become Schouten’s teammate at Bologna. The 22-year-old midfielder cancels FC Basel, Hertha BSC and Crystal Palace for a contract in Northern Italy. He is expected to put his signature in the short term under a multi-year contract with the number ten of the last season in the Serie A.

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