More and more clubs continue to show interest in Frenkie de Jong as he continues to develop at Ajax. The latest side to add their name to the list, according to the English press, are Manchester United, coached by Jose Mourinho.
Various reports affirm that United had people at Holland's games during this month's international break as they keep tabs on the Dutch youngster.
However, the Red Devils would have to compete with a number of clubs if they decide to move for de Jong in the future.
Among those interested are Barcelona, who had two bids turned down for the central midfielder, who can also play as a centre-back, in the summer.
Paris Saint-Germain have also been credited with an interest in the Dutch international.
In any case, Ajax, through sporting director Marc Overmars, have closed the door on a deal for the moment as de Jong's price keeps on rising.