Frenkie de Jong insists does not know where he will go at the end of the season but says Ajax have given him permission to start negotiations with other clubs.
The Ajax midfielder has emerged as one of Europe's most sought after talents, with Barcelona and Manchester City heavily linked to him over the last few months. This week it was reported in the Netherlands that the 21-year-old is set to make a €75 million move to Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season, though his agent insists no deal has been agreed. Meanwhile, Bayern Munich have admitted he is on their radar.
And while De Jong, whose contract runs until 2022, admits he has been given him the all clear to start listening to offers, he says no decision has been made yet.
"I have not made a decision yet and Ajax have not reached an agreement yet with with any club," Fox Sports.
"I don't know yet what I will do at the end of the season, whether I will stay for an extra year or if I will join another club - and if so, which club that will be.
"Everything is still possible and there is no final decision yet. There are several interested clubs, Ajax are also speaking to a number of clubs and so is my agent.
"I am not going to mention any names, though. That is not up to me. We have permission from Ajax to speak to other clubs, they are aware of it.
"Everything is still an option and we will see what happens. I can't say much about whether I spoke to (Pep) Guardiola.
"I am not ruling out the Premier League or any other potential destination."
The Netherlands international was among the goals for Ajax on Saturday as they beat PEC Zwolle 4-1. De Jong took possession in the middle of the field and charged forward before slotting firing in from the edge of the box, taking his tally to two goals and one assist in 13 Eredivisie appearances.