Ajax midfielder Frenkie De Jong has insisted that no decision has been made regarding his future and that he is listening to offers, after the player was linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Both Barcelona and PSG have reportedly been in the hunt for the player's services, with the former tracking him and teammate Matthijs De Ligt for a couple of seasons with the intention of signing them.
The Dutch youngster has revealed that no decision has been made and that Ajax do not have an agreement to sell him to any club yet, but is still listening to offers.
"I have not made a decision yet and Ajax have not reached an agreement yet with with any club," he told Fox Sports.
"I don't know yet what I will do at the end of the season, whether I will stay for an extra year or if I will join another club - and if so, which club that will be.
"Everything is still possible and there is no final decision yet. There are several interested clubs, Ajax are also speaking to a number of clubs and so is my agent.
"I am not going to mention any names, though. That is not up to me. We have permission from Ajax to speak to other clubs, they are aware of it.
"Everything is still an option and we will see what happens. I can't say much about whether I spoke to (Pep) Guardiola.
"I am not ruling out the Premier League or any other potential destination."
It remains to be seen where the player will end up, but it is almost guaranteed that he will not remain with Ajax at the start of next season.