Ajax have a verbal agreement in place with Tottenham to sign the Dutch winger for a fee of €30m in the ongoing transfer window.


Spurs football director Fabio Paratici carried out the negotiations with Ajax and worked out the deal on Tottenham’s behalf.



However, the Dutch champions are finding it hard to advance the deal on paper with Levy being unhappy about the way the talks have been carried out.


According to Dutch daily De Telegraaf, the Tottenham chairman, known for his tough negotiating skills, is annoyed that Ajax made minimal contact with him during the talks.



Levy personally flew out to Amsterdam in the past to negotiate deals to sign Davinson Sanchez, Jan Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen from Ajax.


However, no Ajax officials met him in London during the talks for Bergwijn in the ongoing transfer window.



The winger is patiently waiting for the two clubs to work out the final deal before he can fly out to the Netherlands.


He is scheduled to report for pre-season with Spurs on Wednesday and wants his Ajax move finalised before that.