Hope in Orange: Bayern's Ajax stars Masroy and Grovenberch Dick

Munich / Amsterdam – Nowsour Masroy is already in the running for title celebrations and championship trophies. It predetermines the right-back from Ajax Amsterdam for FC Bayern. On Wednesday evening, the 24-year-old became the Dutch Eredivisi champion for the second time in a row after beating SC Heeranveen 5-0 in the last home game of the season.

Ajax won the title on the final day of play, and could no longer be caught by PSV Eindhoven with striker Mario Coates. Masroy was replaced in the 67th minute and the fans said goodbye.

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“You can say congratulations. It’s over,” he told ESPN NL and explained the stalemate of the past few weeks: “I wanted to wait until I won the title before announcing the change. After Ajax, Bayern is my dream club.” He will sign a contract until 2026, which will pay about eight million euros (bonus payments) as the total base salary for the year. His contract with Ajax is over.

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Good for Bayern: He has no fees. Worse for Bavaria: This means a fancy money and perhaps a “signing fee”, a fee for signing. After all, he was followed by many great clubs such as FC Barcelona.

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Bayern’s newcomer Masroy is considered calm and equal

Masraw, who will be used in coach Julian Knucklesman’s right-back in the fourth and third, will be followed by Benjamin Boward (26), who – at his own request – will be used as the center. Defender of the future. According to sports director Hassan Salihamidzik, Masroy is “the most sought after player in all of Europe”. “A player who can help us and strengthen our team,” Salihamidzik told Mercury. Orange Hope

But who is this Masroy? How is the Moroccan international (twelve appearances and two goals so far)? Is he a hothead after national coach Wahid Hallilhotzik was suspended from the Africa Cup in March after a clash with Chelsea star Hakeem Giuseppe?

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Activists say: No, it was a once-in-a-lifetime emotional process. He is considered a quiet, level-headed type. Until 2018 he lived with his Moroccan parents 40 km from the Ajax site. Because? “To protect me, it prevents me from committing foolish acts.”

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Mazraoui was born on November 14, 1997 in Leiderdorp, South Holland. He grew up in Alphen aan den Rijn (Alphen am Rhein). At the age of eight, Nouzir Ajax moved to Amsterdam’s Youth Academy (U10) and went on to all youth teams. Eric Den Hawk, the former coach of FC Bayern’s U23s, helped make his professional debut in February 2018 – still in midfield at the time. However, due to his speed, tripping ability and excellent cross runs, he quickly established himself as a right-back. “It was very hard for me to be there at first,” he admits backwards.

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What’s more: “I don’t have the potential for Ajax professionals,” he says self-critically – in fact: in 2016, he was able to secure a professional contract only in November with strong performance on the stock, having previously retired. Now the step for Bayern. He is accompanied by a Dutch woman with Moroccan roots. His siblings (a younger brother, a sister) are at home.

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The fact that Netherlands player Ryan Grovenberg (19) is switching from Ajax to FC Bayern is helping the coordination. The midfielder, who is currently suffering from an injury to his left ankle with a special shoe, will not play for another 6 weeks. Negotiation is tough. There is a transfer fee of 30 million euros and room X.

Ajax teammate Kenneth Taylor made a party video in the dressing room and filmed Grovenberg and himself: “Unfortunately, he’s leaving us, but he deserves it. Congratulations to you at Bayern.” Taylor smiled at the camera. Soon it will be Gravenberch and Mazraoui: “Oranjes”: Hartelijk Welcome!

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