The Dutch star has been linked to variety of clubs which list may only grow within the months to come.
Donny van de Beek’s agent insisted he was unworried regarding the Ajax midfielder’s future, saying there was still lots of interest within the The Netherlands international.
Van de Beek has been coupled with a move far from the Eredivisie giants, with Real Madrid and Manchester United reportedly interested.
The 22-year-old’s agent, Guido Albers, aforesaid whereas the transfer market could also be completely different when the coronavirus pandemic, Van de Beek’s future isn’t a concern.
“It can all be different, however I also have to be realistic,” he told Voetbal International.
“It conjointly creates opportunities at clubs that maybe thought that they had no likelihood anymore and are currently knocking on the door. i am not worried about Donny.”
Albers was unwilling to go into detail regarding which clubs needed Van de Beek, however aforesaid the interest had been ongoing.
“The interest has been, which is additionally known, for a long time and from many clubs,” he said.
“We can see what’s going to come out of that within the coming weeks. I dare not say anything about it at the moment.
“I can’t say anything about it because a number of things are just confidential. the situation will have changed per club and we need to look closely at that.”
The midfielder has been linked coupled with a possible move to Real Madrid and recently hinted he’d be open to the thought of playing in Spain.
“My feeling must be good at a club. how much do they want me?” Van de Beek signalled to Helden.
“But I also have to fit in with the system that’s being played and after all I conjointly need to have an overview of playing minutes.
“Playing within the sun is often nice. But no, I actually haven’t started taking Spanish lessons nevertheless.
“I have not said yes to anyone, everything remains open. i do know what I’ve got here, i’m dear in Ajax and that i love Ajax.”
Van de Beek joined Ajax’s youth academy in 2014 and was named their ‘Talent of the Future’ a year later.
Prior to the suspension of the Eredivisie thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the midfielder had scored eight goals and contributed six assists across twenty three league appearances.