Manchester United summer transfer target, Donny Van De Beek, has stressed he’s happy to remain in the Eredivisie, despite links to a move away.
The 23 year old had a fine outing with Ajax last season, scoring 14 times and assisting 7, before the season was cancelled due to coronavirus.
His eye-catching displays have attracted top clubs like United and Real Madrid, but knowing the virus has affected a lot of things, the midfielder insists he is happy.
He told Fox Sports: “It is very messy, in any case a very messy period in terms of transfers.
“Nothing is certain yet. I am still a player of Ajax and I am still proud to be there.
“If there had not been the coronavirus, it might have been different now. There is no clarity now and we have to wait and see how it turns out.”
He added: “I’m still here and after all these years I still have a lot of fun.
“If I also play at Ajax next season, I still have a lot of fun. You won’t hear me complaining.”
Olé Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bolster his squad this summer, ahead of the 2020/21 season, but it remains to be seen if he’ll push for the midfielder, with more than enough already available at United at the moment.