Ajax officially announced that the 28-year-old Argentine winger Lucas Ocampos has been on loan from Sevilla for one season, and the contract includes a buyout clause.
As we all know, this transfer has twists and turns. According to De Telegraaf’s Mike Wevey, Ajax reporter Gyan Hamstral and Argentine transfer expert Cesar Luis Melo, Brazilian winger Anthony has moved to After Manchester United, Ajax immediately submitted an offer of between 20 million euros and 23 million euros for Ocampos, and another four-year contract. Unsurprisingly, the Eredivisie giant’s offer successfully moved Sevilla, and the two clubs quickly reached an agreement, and Ocampos flew to Amsterdam for a medical examination.
However, the accident happened after Ocampos flew to Amsterdam: the Ajax board was suddenly indecisive about whether the Argentine was worth the transfer fee of more than 20 million euros and a four-year contract, and the player was after the deal was confirmed. Fly back to Spain. Subsequently, Ajax proposed to Sevilla a plan to lease and then buy, and the two clubs finally reached an agreement with a loan fee of 4 million euros and a buyout fee of 14 million euros.
Lucas Ocampos’ European career started in Monaco in Ligue 1, and then played for Marseille, Genoa, AC Milan and Sevilla. In the past 10 years, he has played 392 times in various competitions for each team, attacking and attacking. He scored 79 goals and provided 40 assists, helping Sevilla win the Europa League in the 19/20 season.