According to a report in Dutch football weekly Voetbal International, Eredivisie outfit Ajax are keen to farm highly-rated youngster Darko Bodul out on loan.
The 20-year-old striker made his official debut for Ajax last term in the 4-1 league loss against Vitesse. However, he failed to make an impact since then and won't get too much first team action this season either at Ajax.
"Darko has huge potential, but he's still a young player. It's very important for a player of his age to get regular first team action. Therefore, we're ready to farm him out on loan," said Ajax coach Martin Jol.
"However, we're only letting go of him if a club offers him a starting berth. He's not improving his game by warming the bench somewhere else. Bodul is an important player for the future."
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com