Dutch giants Ajax are interested in signing Blackpool winger Tom Ince, according to the Mirror.
The England youngster is out of contract in the summer, and the Champions League club are hoping to tempt the attacker into a move to Amsterdam.
Son of Blackpool manager Paul Ince, Tom has lit up the Sky Bet Championship over the last year, and has been linked with moves to Liverpool, Tottenham and Cardiff in the past.
But after rejecting the opportunity to play in the Premier League in the last two transfer windows, Ince could move to Holland for a free transfer, if he decides not to leave Bloomfield Road.
Ince, who has appeared for the England Under-21 side, has scored 6 times this season for the Seasiders, who currently lye 4th in the Sky Bet Championship.
But whilst the father-son partnership seems to be working, it could be over at just the end of this season should Ajax offer the youngster a contract. Ince has been a useful player for Blackpool since leaving Liverpool, as the Tangerines search for their place back in the Premier League. Ince and his teammates could only finish 15th last season, but look set for a promotion push this campaign.
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