Ajax agree with the Federation’s decision to suspend the Eredivisie season. However, the Dutch side are trying not to give as much money to the rest of the clubs as the Dutch FA (KNVB) wants them to,
The Eredivisie season has been ended. Nobody has won the title, something which Ajax are not annoyed about. However, the semi-finalists of last season’s Champions League disagree when it comes to speaking of money.
A report from ‘AS’ assures that the Dutch outfit are not willing to give into the Dutch FA’s idea of offering more money to the rest of the Eredivisie clubs.
Ajax, at the moment, pay 2.6 million euros per season and they have always been in favour of creating an emergency fund. Now, however, they are not willing to donate more money.
“It’s logical that, as the biggest club in this country, we help the other clubs to survive,” Van der Sar said. But that is not done by giving 25% of the money earnt.
While Ajax have respected the Federation’s decision to void the Eredivisie season, Erik ten Hag, the coach, disagreed with his club’s stance.