The player in question is Jurrien Timber, who was linked with Manchester United last summer.
Timber has spent the last nine years plying his trade in Amsterdam with Ajax.
The 21-year-old joined the Dutch powerhouse’s youth ranks back in 2014, departing fellow Eredivisie side, Feyenoord.
Timber enjoyed several successful years with Ajax’s youth sides, and is a Dutch under-17 champion.
However, despite still only being 21, the stopper has long been establishing himself as something of a key cog in Ajax’s senior setup.
As a result, he would likely make a fine addition to Manchester United’s backline, working alongside experienced duo Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane, with the former an ex-teammate of Timber’s at Ajax.
Now, the defender has spoken out on his future ahead of the summer transfer window:
“Transfer? You never know what crosses your path. This summer I will look at my options and make a decision,” he said.
“I feel good at Ajax, that’s important for now. Last summer there was interest, but I chose to stay at Ajax.”