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Kristoffer Ajer Newcastle United Move a Possibility
Gunjan Kochrekar - Apr 3, 2021

A Celtic centre-back with a height of more than six feet long having a breakout season and wanted by a top-five European league club. Sounds familiar? Well, this is not the only similarity that Kristoffer Ajer has in comparison with Liverpool talisman Virgil van Dijk. Now a Kristoffer Ajer Newcastle United move is reportedly a […]

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