Ajax’s exciting young midfielder Christian Eriksen has told Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea not to bother bidding for him this summer.
The 19-year-old, who starred for Denmark in their defeat against England last week, has attracted the attention of the Premier League’s biggest clubs after a fantastic season in Holland.
It’s also believed AC Milan are tracking the winger – two years after the Italian giants rejected the teenager for being too small, according to The Daily Mail.
But Erikson doesn’t believe he is physically strong enough for the Premier League, despite an impressive performance against England midweek.
So he wants to remain at Ajax for the time and continue to develop under boss Frank de Boer who believes, in time, the Dane can become the next Wesley Sneider.
Eriksen said: “I owe the boss and am happy to continue progressing under him. I know what stage I am at in my development, and I know I am not ready yet for the Premier League in England or Serie A in Italy.
“I have a lot more growing up to do first, and I am at the right place for that at this club and with this manager.
“One thing I know is that I will stay at Ajax for at least another season after this one.”