Bergwijn has struggled for game time at Spurs this season and is linked with an exit in the ongoing window amid suggestions the club will let him go for the right price.


Eredivisie giants Ajax are keen on taking the winger back to the Netherlands and have already seen Spurs knock back their offer for him.



The north London outfit are looking to recoup as much money as possible from the £27m they paid PSV Eindhoven for his services two years ago.


However, according to information relayed through Dutch daily the Algemeen Dagblad’s Voetbalpodcast, Ajax are trying to bring down Spurs’ asking price for Bergwijn.



The Amsterdam club’s director of football Marc Overmars is working hard on sealing a deal for the 24-year-old and it is tipped to go through before the transfer deadline.


Ajax are putting the finishing touches to the sale of David Neres to Shakhtar Donetsk and the fee received from that deal is tipped to be used to snap up Bergwijn.



The Netherlands international has only one goal to his name from 13 appearances across all competitions for Spurs so far this season and it remains to be seen whether he will leave the club in the coming weeks.