The 20-year-old Vitesse midfielder, who has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge, insists he will decide his future after he has had a summer holidayVitesse midfielder Marco van Ginkel remains coy on his future amid interest from Europa League winners Chelsea.
Goal exclusively revealed in May that the 20-year-old is likely to be one of Jose Mourinho's first signings at Stamford Bridge this summer, with a deal already in place between the Dutch club and the Europa League holders.
Van Ginkel's European Under-21 Championship campaign with the Netherlands ended on Saturday following its 1-0 semifinal defeat to Italy, and the midfielder reiterated that he will consider his future after his holiday.
"My future? Now I have a vacation and I'll concentrate on that. After my holiday, we will see, maybe," Van Ginkel told Sky Sports News Radio.
When told of reports suggesting David Moyes is also interested in him, Van Ginkel replied: "Manchester United, I didn't know. I have two more years at Vitesse. It's a club who's growing, so I'm also happy there."
Van Ginkel made 41 appearances in all competitions for Vitesse last season, scoring 12 goals and bagging a further 12 assists as the Arnhem-based outfit finished fourth in the Eredivisie.