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Ten Hag denies Bayern links ahead of Chelsea encounter

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Ten Hag denies Bayern links ahead of Chelsea encounter

Ten Hag denies Bayern links ahead of Chelsea encounter

Ajax boss Erik ten Hag confirms he will stay at the Ducth giants and will not be Bayern Munich's new manager.

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Ten Hag denies Bayern links ahead of Chelsea encounter

SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (NOVEMBER 4, 2019) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) AJAX COACH, ERIK TEN HAG, SAYING: "Yes, I can confirm that I feel a strong connection with my team, with everyone with Ajax.

So, I can confirm that I stay with Ajax this season." 2.

TEN HAG DURING TRAINING 3.

(SOUNDBITE) (English) AJAX COACH, ERIK TEN HAG, SAYING: "Bayern is a fantastic club and I feel really comfortable and I really enjoy to work there.

It's still in my heart but now I'm in Ajax." STORY: The Champions League tie against Chelsea on Tuesday (November 5) was not the only focus of Ajax manager Erik ten Hag's news conference as the Dutchman faced questions over links to his former club Bayern Munich, who sacked Niko Kovac as their coach on Sunday (November 3).

Ten Hag said the Bavarian club is close to his heart, but that he will not be leaving the Dutch giants for the German team this season.




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