Former Eredivisie man Daley Blind has received interest from hometown club Ajax as the Dutch International struggles for game time in Jose Mourinho’s side, as reported by Teamtalk.
Blind, 28-year-old, has found it hard to find game time at Old Trafford this season, he only featured a mere 7 times in the Premier League as Mourinho’s side finished the season as runners-up to their city rivals, Manchester City.
The Dutch International has enjoyed a successful spell at Old Trafford, signing in 2014 after a brilliant World Cup which saw his national team finish third in the tournament.
The composed defender was the man who played the cross-field ball which saw Robin Van Persie stun the world by scoring an acrobatic header over footballing legend Iker Casillas, which saw the Dutch go on to win 5-1 against the World Champions Spain.
Blind has made over 140 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring a respectable six goals for the club from defence.
He previously played at the Johan Cruijff Arena for over six seasons, after making his way through the successful youth academy at Ajax which saw him follow in the footsteps of his father Danny Blind who also played for the Amsterdam club.
Blind is reportedly keen on a return to his home town side as negotiations have begun between the two clubs for the defender.
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