Ajax winger Amin Younes is being tracked by a host of Bundesliga clubs, according to the latest reports coming from German media outlet Bild.
The 24-year-old rejected a chance to sign for Napoli during winter and opted to remain at Ajax for personal reasons but such a decision did not prove to be too wise given the fact former Kaiserslautern favourite has since then fallen out of favour with new boss Erik Ten Haag.
Amin Younes has made only four Eredivisie appearances in 2018 and has most recently been banned from the first team and forced to train with Jong Ajax in Eerste Divisie after rejecting to come off the bench during Ajax’s 4-1 win over Heerenveen on Sunday.
The winger received a two-week ban and is unlikely to get close to first-team action at Ajax any time soon after showing disrespect towards his club and head coach.
He will still have plenty of options going further with Bild reporting that the likes of Bayern Munich, Schalke, Borussia Monchengladbach and RB Leipzig are all interested in signing on a free deal in the summer.
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