​Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt is still yet to make a decision about his future and his next club and ​Barcelona are said to have been left frustrated and angry with the way the player is handling the whole process with regards to his choices.


The Blaugrana have already reached an agreement for De Ligt with Eredivisie champions Ajax that will cost them 75 million euros and they have also handed out their final offer to the Dutchman as much as four weeks ago.


​Marca report that at the beginning of all the negotiation, Barcelona were very optimistic about the transfer and that they have almost got their man but weeks of dragging on talks over De Ligt's salary as well as Mino Raiola's agent fees has put off the Spanish champions.




Meanwhile, De Ligt has already made clear that he wants to move to a team where he will be a definite starter and both Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus have officially expressed their interest in signing him.


Barcelona, however, started their chase for De Ligt thinking that the Dutchman is the long-term solution to their back-line and that he would be automatically attracted to play for a club that consists of Lionel Messi as well as are the Spanish champions, but the defender's hesitancy has reportedly put Barcelona off at the moment.


The Catalan giants are also amid the process of taking the decision to balance their books by selling a host of fringe players ​for a combined total of €60m before the summer transfer window shuts.