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Ajax and Milan hopeful of signing young wonderkid from the Netherlands

Ajax, AC Milan, Napoli, and Roma are all set to compete for the signature of Mexican wonderkid Jesus Corona from Twente.

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Corona is only 22 years old, but has just enjoyed a fantastic season in the Netherlands, where he was widely viewed by fans and the media as one of the best players in the league.

Mexican newspaper Record now report that he could be on the move, after his series of stunning performances alerted some of the continents top clubs.

The versatile winger can also play as a forward, and has scored 13 goals in 42 games since joining Twente in the summer of 2013.

Prior to moving to Holland, Corona came through the youth setup and Northern Mexican giants Monterrey, playing 36 first team games before making his move.

He won his first cap for Mexico in 2014 against the Netherlands, providing as assist for Carlos Vela in the process.

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