While others claim there's an agreement for Frenkie de Jong to leave Ajax for Paris Saint-Germain, the Dutch midfielder has been speaking to The Guardian about his future.
The most surprising thing about De Jong's comments is that he doesn't rule out remaining in Amsterdam for another season. He says he definitely will not leave in January, either.
“It’s difficult to say what will happen,” he told the English paper. “I want to finish this season well with Ajax. Then we will see. Maybe I’ll stay for another year, maybe I’ll leave. But I am not sure.”
With a contract until 2022, De Jong says it's "difficult" to predict his long-term future. He has offers and interest from FC Barcelona, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and PSG, who De Telegraaf say now lead the way.
“I don’t pay attention to it. I hear the stories but I just want to finish this season well," the midfielder added.
According to the reports in Holland, De Jong has told Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars that he has an offer from PSG and the club would accept 75 million euros. A meeting reportedly took place in Amsterdam this week.