Donny Van de Beek breaks silence on future amid Real Madrid and Manchester United interest.
The Dutch international who has 2 years left on his contract will have no problem if he doesn’t get a move away from the club this summer.
The 23-year old playmaker has been heavily linked with the La Liga champions and Manchester United in the past few months.
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“It is very messy, in any case a very messy period in terms of transfers,” he told Fox Sports in an interview on Thursday.
“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.
“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.”
Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar insists that they won’t sell any of their players for a lower price in spite of the disturbance brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
“There will always be some who benefit from a crisis and some clubs will have to sell for less, but I think we’re in a fortunate position thanks to our strong financial policy,” he said in June.
“Therefore we don’t have to sell, but we made agreements with the players. These won’t go below a certain price level. We won’t let go of our players for sale prices. We prefer to keep them here.”
Donny Van de Beek played 200 matches in all competitions and has won one Eredivisie title and a KNVB Beker for the Dutch club.