Cameron Borthwick-Jackson turns down Ajax, decides Leeds move is better choice

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 7, 2017

Leeds have beat Ajax to the signing of Cameron Borthwick-Jackson from Manchester United, according to a report.

With Mourinho unsurprisingly feeling that Borthwick-Jackson still isn't ready for first-team football at Old Trafford, and he is now set to join Leeds United on loan - and that's instead of signing for Ajax.

Borthwick-Jackson, 20, was born in Manchester and has come up through the ranks with United, having joined the club at the age of just six way back in 2003.

He'll be hoping it goes better than last season as he spent the campaign on loan with Wolverhampton Wanderers but only managed to play seven times as the club looked to their more experienced players to get the job done. playing seven times.

Cameron joins a Leeds side that began their Championship campaign on Sunday with a hard-fought 3-2 away win at Bolton Wanderers, and his arrival has bolstered Thomas Christiansen's squad ahead of their Wednesday night Carabao Cup clash against Port Vale.

Borthwick-Jackson will arrive at Elland Road as a likely replacement for Charlie Taylor, who left Leeds at the end of his contract earlier this summer in order to complete a switch to Burnley.

The 20-year-old made his breakthrough at Old Trafford under Louis van Gaal, but has struggled to nail down a first-team spot since the Dutchman's departure.

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