Galatasaray attacker Ryan Babel has continued his exploits in the music industry after he released a music video last month.

The Dutch international is gradually establishing himself in the music business as he enters the final few years of his football career. The 34-year-old released the music video to his song on YouTube last month though the former Liverpool and Fulham forward only features in the intro of the video.
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Galatasaray winger Ryan Babel is of Surinamese descent though he was born in the Netherlands. He played for the Netherland u-17, u-19, u-20, u-21 and u-23 teams.

Ryan Babel scored twice in six games for the Netherlands u-19 team between 2003 and 2004. He had previously scored an impressive three goals in six games for the Netherlands u-17 team between 2002 and 2003. Ryan Babel also scored two goals in four appearances for the Netherlands u-20 team between 2004 and 2005.
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Premier League club Crystal Palace have long been linked with a move for outstanding Galatasaray player Mostafa Mohamed and while he has not yet made a move away from the Turkish Super Lig outfit, his teammate has revealed something about him that will leave Palace fans excited already. Mohammed’s teammate at Galatasaray Ryan Babel has spoken nice words about the reported Palace transfer target and those words will surely go a long way in convincing the Premier League outfit to table a bid as soon as possible.

Palace have long been in search of a proven number nine who would lead the team’s attack with a porous instinct in front of goal and it looks likely that they have found an ideal candidate for the position. The club’s current crop of strikers include Christian Benteke, Michy Batshuayi, and Connor Wickham but it doesn’t look like the three of them will last long at the club with reports suggesting that they will all be quitting Selhurst Park in the summer.
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Davy Klaasen speaks on Everton experience ahead of Liverpool clash

Ajax midfielder Davy Klaasen has spoken on his time at Everton ahead of Ajax’s Champions League clash against Liverpool at Anfield. The Netherlands international spent the 2017/2018 season with Everton, but he barely made an impact with just one assist coming from his 16 appearances across all competitions.

Owing to this, he made the switch to Werder Bremen in the summer of 2018 and he was able to revive his career with 16 goals and 13 assists from 81 appearances before making his comeback with Ajax this year. Speaking in a press conference, Klaasen said that it is his first time in Liverpool, given he did not live in the city when he was contracted to the Toffees. Continue reading


Former Liverpool player Ryan Babel has opened up on his past life and career, including the one he spent at Liverpool Football Club. Back in the summer transfer window of 2007, Liverpool agreed on a fee that was believed to be in the region of €17.25 with Dutch club Ajax for the transfer of Babel from the Dutch league to the Premier League.

Babel joined the Reds and made some reasonable impact having scored 22 goals and provided a further 18 assists in the 14y appearances he made for the Anfield club. The numbers he had at Liverpool were really encouraging for a player of that price tag but he, unfortunately, could not get his hands on any silverware during his stay at Liverpool.
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Dutchman Ryan Babel has been a professional footballer for over a decade but that has not stopped him from venturing into a career outside football. The Galatasaray player is gradually preparing for life after football and he has chosen the property business. According to him, his property portfolio would be bigger by the end of this year.

Babel expects his portfolio to get to 50 affordable houses across the two cities namely Amsterdam in the Netherlands and Miami in the United States of America. The worth of the houses would have reached the $30m mark by the end of this year.
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Ryan Babel Gets Call from the Dutch National Team


The world is going to witness the greatest competition of football in 2022 in Qatar which is the FIFA World Cup. The best teams of the world are doing their homework to perform well in the competition. Some teams which are not that much power on the football planet are also trying their best so that they can display some potential of their football skills and they want the rest of the world to know their name. For the best preparation, all the teams have recalled their best players who are scattered throughout the world in different clubs.

The Netherlands also has called their best players among which Ryan Babel is one of the most important names, who plays for Galatasaray. The national coach Frank de Boer has named a squad of 25 footballers as the Netherlands has to play three international matches in the month of November 2020. Along with Ryan Babels, they have called Davy Klaassen and Patrick van Anholt who are some of the best players in the country. Ryan Babels plays as a forward in the Dutch team and is one of the most dependable players of the team.
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Babel Reveals Disappointment in Ajax Loan Move


Ryan Babel raised a few eyebrows by making a return to Ajax, the club where he started his career back in 2004, on a short-term loan spell from Galatasaray. The 33-year-old has become a forgotten man in these parts after having travelled almost throughout the length of Europe in his career. After starting out with Ajax, he went on to play for Liverpool in what could turn out to be his best time of his career. Babel spent four years at Anfield before a short spell in Hoffenheim. The striker and winger made a surprising return to Ajax in the 2012-13 campaign, but he did not stay for long.

This followed a merry-go-round where he went with different clubs across the world like Deportivo La Coruna, Besiktas, and even Fulham. Yet, Babel has been unable to stay at the club for much longer and this was expected to be the case when he signed from Galatasaray in 2019. After making only 15 appearances for the Turkish club, Babel made the switch back to Ajax back in January. Just a few months after he made his return, Babel had to undergo little action on the pitch, as football around the world came to an end due to the coronavirus issue.
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Danny Mills urges Rangers to sign Ryan Babel during the summer


Former Premier League ace Danny Mills believes Rangers should make the move to sign Ryan Babel, who is open to the possibility of working with manager Steven Gerrard. Babel and Gerrard were teammates at Liverpool and the former recently suggested that he would like to be reunited at the Glasgow giants.

Speaking to Football Insider, Mills acknowledged that Babel is approaching the final phase of his professional career but he would still prove a quality purchase for them, judging by the success of Jermaine Defoe. He added that the Dutchman has a good relationship with Gerrard from their Anfield days and Rangers could benefit from his services, suppose he is available for an affordable price.
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De Ligt explains why he turned down Barcelona and PSG for Juventus

Dutch defender Matthijs de Ligt has revealed that he turned down interest from the likes of Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain in order to join Juventus last summer. The former Ajax man was heavily linked with a move to the Blaugrana for nearly a year but he eventually made the surprise switch to the Bianconeri in the Serie A.

Speaking to Ziggo Sport, the centre-back revealed that he could have quite easily chosen Paris Saint-Germain or Barcelona but he was tempted by the project at the Bianconeri. He added that the development factor also played a part in the decision to join the Italian champions, he told: “I had offers last summer from Juventus, PSG and Barcelona, so I studied the various options and at the end of the day concluded I could grow faster at Juve. They have a particular style and I knew being here would make me a more complete player. There are more eyes on you and people expect a great deal, all of which is new compared to my time at Ajax.”

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