Ajax goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg has claimed he will consider a summer transfer if "something appealing" arises, and added that he could have played his last match for the club.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Juventus and Milan have all been linked with the 28-year-old Dutch international, and with his season seemingly compromised after breaking his thumb in training last week, the shot-stopper is thinking about a future away from the Eredivisie.
"You never know. I have possibly played my last game for Ajax. I still have one year left on my contract. If something appealing comes up then I will certainly consider it," he told NOS.
Jeroen Verhoeven is standing in while he treats his thumb, and Stekelenburg was full of praise for the replacement, despite the criticisms of him in the press.
He said: "An outstanding goalkeeper. I don't understand everything what is being said in the media about him."