Addicks eye Boukhari
By Gerrit van Leeuwen
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Addicks chief Alan Curbishley is on the lookout for players capable of providing his team with width, having recently failed with a bid for Chelsea winger Boudewijn Zenden.
Charlton have posted scouts at a number of Ajax reserve games, with Boukhari the subject of interest.
The winger has been informed by Ajax coach Ronald Koeman that he is unlikely to figure this term and is free to move on.
Reports in Holland are suggesting Curbishley could lodge a bid before the closure of the transfer window in an effort to bolster his attacking options.
Boukhari scored six goals in 22 games last term, but the majority of his appearances came as a substitute.
Koeman has also informed Cedric van der Gun that he can move on, after the winger failed to prove himself to the Ajax coaching staff during the course of pre-season.
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