Ajax's De Jong uncertain of future beyond the season

Ajax's De Jong uncertain of future beyond the season

Ajax's midfielder Frenkie de Jong (L) fights for the ball with AEK's forward Ezequiel Ponce during the UEFA Champions League football match between AEK Athens FC and AFC Ajax at the Athens Olympic stadium, in Athens, on November 27, 2018.

Amongst the teams rumoured to be interested in acquiring the 21-year-old's services are Spanish giants Barcelona.

Now it appears he is going to miss out on another target - De Telegraaf are reporting that De Jong has chose to sign for PSG, in a deal worth €75 million. However, the report suggests that the recent allegations about the club's attempt to circumvent Uefa's Financial Fair Play regulations may have seen them cool their interest. There are so many I look at, especially the midfielders.

"You have the guys from Barcelona, the guys from Manchester City". He also cites Chelsea midfielder Jorginho as one of his inspirations.

De Jong is well aware of the intense speculation surrounding his future but has insisted he's not letting it sidetrack him in any way.

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"I like to watch the great players, the ones who are technically good and understand the game".

"I want to finish this season well with Ajax", he said. Then we will see.

Barca appear to have quite a strict wage hierarchy and don't want to break that - something that they worry PSG, and potentially Manchester City, aren't so fussed about. "In the winter I will not leave anyway". There are so many to learn from.

De Jong is unsure of where he'll be playing his football next season but is focused exclusively on helping Ajax wrestle the Dutch league title from PSV Eindhoven's clutches. But I am not sure.

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