Matthijs de Ligt is a Dutch professional footballer who plays in midfield for Serie A club Juventus and the Dutch national team. On 21 September 2016, De Ligt made his Ajax senior team debut in the cup match against Willem II. He scored from a corner in 25 minutes, becoming the second youngest scorer in history after Clarence Seedorf. On 24 May, he became the youngest player to reach the European final by making his debut against Manchester United in the 2017 UEFA Europa League final. On 17 December 2018, De Ligt won the Award. Golden boy, becoming the first defender to win the award. The following season, he helped Ajax to double domestically and reach the semi-finals of the Champions League; His performances saw him move to Juventus from Serie A and saw him win the Kopa Trophy in 2019. He won the Serie A championship in his first season. with Turinese.
Dutch soccer player who's best known for playing for Juventus. He previously played for the Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax. He has also played for the Netherlands national football team.
He started his soccer career as a youth player for AFC Ajax after joining the academy at 9 years old.
He made his professional debut for Jong Ajax in a game against FC Emmen in August 2016.
His parents are Vivian and Frank de Ligt.
He became teammates with Justin Kluivert in 2016.
Jong Ajax players. Young Dutch international player. Dutch international player. AFC Ajax players