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 By PA Sport

John Heitinga announces retirement at age 32

John Heitinga will hang up his boots at 32.

Former Everton defender John Heitinga has retired from playing at the age of 32, his club Ajax have announced.

A statement from the Dutch outfit on Monday revealing the news said Heitinga would be taking a job on their coaching staff.

He rejoined Ajax last summer from Hertha Berlin on a one-year deal and has made only two Eredivisie appearances since, both as a substitute.

Prior to spending 2014-15 in Germany with Hertha, Heitinga had five years in English football.

He signed for Everton in 2009...

Arsenal send Yaya Sanogo on loan to Charlton

Yaya Sanogo moves to Charlton after spending the first half of the season at Ajax.

Arsenal forward Yaya Sanogo has been recalled from his loan at Ajax and sent to Championship side Charlton for the rest of the season instead.

The 23-year-old Sanogo has made just four appearances for Ajax this season and will be looking for more playing time at Charlton, with Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger still hoping the Frenchman can develop into a formidable striker.

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Riechedly Bazoer of Ajax confirms approach from Barcelona

Riechedly Bazoer
Riechedly Bazoer has confirmed Barcelona's interest in completing a transfer for him.

Ajax midfielder Riechedly Bazoer says Barcelona have expressed an interest in signing him.

Bazoer, 19, told Voetbal International that his agent informed him that Barcelona had been in contact.

"I'm not going to be mysterious about that," Bazoer said. "Two months ago they told my brother, who's my agent, about the interest."

The Netherlands international also said Ajax's sporting director is aware of Barcelona's approach.

"Marc Overmars also know about the interest. They're watching my games...

Johan Cruyff says he's 'doing well' after cancer diagnosis

Dutch football great Johan Cruyff is confident he will come out on top in his battle against cancer.

Less than a month after it was disclosed that he has lung cancer, Cruyff said he is "confident that everything will be all right."

He said he is "doing well" after starting treatment and affirmed that "it's a battle that I will win."

The 68-year-old former Ajax and Barcelona star said that after being told he had the disease, there was "no other alternative other than face it."

He made the comments...