At just 19 years of age, the Netherlands international has emerged as one of the most sought-after talents in world football.
Leading sides across Europe are closely monitoring his situation in Amsterdam, with a scramble for his signature expected to be sparked in the next transfer window.
He is, however, in no rush to make a decision on his future and, with a contract through to 2021 in place at Ajax, it is possible that no switch will be made this summer.
Quizzed again on his intentions, De Ligt told NOS: “I don't know yet.
“A lot is being written and said. That has been true for the whole year. It doesn't make me crazy, so I have no problem there's being so much written.
“Frenkie de Jong [who is joining Barcelona] already made his decision and I haven't, that's the way it is.
“You look at what's the best for you, you need to make your own decision. Several clubs are interested, that's right.”
De Ligt added: “I don't really have a dream club beside Ajax. It was always my dream to play for Ajax and I succeeded.
“I look at what's the best for my career and what's the best place to develop. If it's best to start the preparation for a new season at Ajax or another club.
“As long as I have a contract at Ajax, there's definitely a chance I will stay.”
Goal has revealed that Barcelona remain confident of putting a deal in place for De Ligt despite seeing his agent, Mino Raiola, stung with a three-month transfer ban.
The Liga heavyweights are, however, facing fierce competition for a prized signature.