After Selling Frenkie De Jong And Matthijs De Ligt For $190M, Ajax’s Business Model Will Be Pressure Tested This Season

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Ajax Amsterdam’s players celebrate after winning the Dutch Super Cup football final match between Ajax Amsterdam and PSV Eindhoven at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, on July 27, 2019. (Photo by Olaf KRAAK / ANP / AFP) / Netherlands OUT AFP/Getty ImagesLast season, Ajax captured the imagination of many neutral fans as they reached the semi-finals of the Champions League. Although Ajax had to start in the second qualifying round they made it to the knock out rounds after finishing second in the group stage and then beat Real Madrid and Juventus. In a dramatic semi-final, the Dutch team came within seconds of reaching the final only to concede a goal that put Tottenham Hotspur into the final in their place. However, last season’s remarkable journey meant nothing when it came to this season’s Champions League draw. Automatic spots in the group stage are allocated by league and so Ajax has start at the beginning again – or close to it. This time Ajax enters the fray in the third roun

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