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Vertonghen eager to end Ajax dispute

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Jan Vertonghen is set to hold talks with Ajax in a bid to resolve the dispute which is holding up his transfer to Tottenham.

Vertonghen has been in discussions with Spurs for some time but the centre-back has been unable to finalise his move to White Hart Lane due to a contractual dispute with his current employers. It is understood that the Belgian, who is in the final year of his contract, believes he is entitled to a cut of the reported £9million transfer fee, but Ajax disagree.

The two parties will meet on Friday with the aim of resolving the dispute so 25-year-old Vertonghen can complete his move to the north London club. A statement from Nakhli Mondial, who represent Vertonghen, in Friday's De Telegraaf read: "We have a meeting with Ajax at the end of this morning to come to a solution."

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