Erik Ten Hag signs new deal with Ajax

 Erik ten Hag won't replace Jose Mourinho at Spurs after the Ajax manager marked another deal with the Dutch monsters on Friday, days after Leicester supervisor Brendan Rodgers additionally scorned the north Londoners. 

The 51-year-old had arisen as the leader to replace the Portuguese, who was sacked by executive Daniel Levy following a disappointing season with the club. 

Notwithstanding, as opposed to reports that Spurs had booked a 'immediate gathering' with ten Hag, Ajax have declared that the administrator will stay at the club until 2023 in the wake of concurring an augmentation to his current arrangement that was set to lapse the following summer. 

'We need to chip away at a fruitful and alluring Ajax,' ten Hag told the club's true site. 'I understand what I have here and I know individuals I work with here. I additionally know how we can make the following stride with this group. I'm glad here.' 

'Getting some place is a certain something, remaining some place is another. Ajax is back on the guide universally. We get the acknowledgment we merit for that, yet we need considerably more. We need to go considerably higher and challenge the top clubs in Europe.'

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