The Netherlands international is widely expected to leave Ajax in the summer transfer window, but the full-back has revealed he is yet to hear about any potential move
By Guus Hetterscheid
Ajax defender Gregory van der Wiel has made it clear that he has not received any concrete offers for now.
The Netherlands international has a contract with the Eredivisie champions until June 2013, but is widely expected to leave the Godenzonen this summer.
Van der Wiel agreed personal terms with Valencia about a summer move earlier this season, but talks between both clubs have since broken down, while Roma are also believed to be keen on the defender.
However, the Ajax star has stressed he is not away of any potential interest at this moment in time.
"Not a single club has shown a concrete interest in signing me so far, so I don't know where I will play next season," Van der Wiel told Goal.com.
"I have not said farewell to the club yet, and neither has Jan [Vertonghen]. We had agreed not to do so with the players whose future is still undecided."
The right-back recently returned to full match fitness after a lengthy spell on the sidelines, and is eagerly anticipating Euro 2012.
"I have a week off now and will then turn my focus to Euro 2012. I am really looking forward to it, especially to joining the other lads again. It's been a while for me. I only just got back from injury and I'm fully match fit again."
Netherlands lock horns with Denmark, Germany and Portugal at this summer's tournament.