​Ajax captain Matthijs de Ligt who may have played his last game for his club, ​admits that a move to "dream club" ​Barcelona has far from materialised. 


The Netherlands international has been chased by a host of clubs after his scintillating performances in the Eredivisie and the ​Champions League


He was a vital part of the team that had a fairytale continental campaign, leading a young team into the semi-finals and within the brink of the final, only to be ​knocked out by the last kick of the game


Known for his heading ability, man-marking, effortless positioning and maturity beyond his years, it seems that he has chosen his suitor, but admits that an agreement is far from done. Though he looks certain to leave the club this summer, the 19-year-old insists he does not know where his future lies.




'I don't know yet. There have been conversations, but there is still no agreement,' De Ligt said at the weekend about interest from Barca.


Frenkie de Jong agreed a move to Barcelona in January and it still appears likely that De Ligt will join him at the Nou Camp next season.


"I think these will be de Ligt's final games with Ajax, but I hope he goes out on a high', director of football Edwin van der Sar admitted in the week. He's been here since he was a child and will end up at a big club. I think he'll go to England or Spain."