Justin Kluivert names the four English clubs he can see himself playing for in the future
Justin Kluivert is doing little to silence those rumours of a move to England.
The 18-year-old Ajax star - son of former Netherlands international, Patrick - has been linked with a move to the Premier League throughout the last year.
Most reports have suggested Manchester United might be his most likely destination, especially after his well-documented chat with Jose Mourinho after last season's Europa League final.
Although Mourinho appeared to recently distance United from making a move for the youngster (or any other attacking player, for that matter), it seems Kluivert is still open to the idea of plying his trade at Old Trafford.
However, judging by the comments he made to Helden, we can safely assume that he's keeping his options over his next move very much wide open.
"If you get a nice offer, you never know," he said when asked about a move away from Ajax. "England appeals to me: Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea or Manchester United are nice clubs where I can see myself playing in a few years."
Kluivert, whose father represented Barcelona for six years, also added that he'd have no problems moving to the Camp Nou, but also added that this wouldn't necessarily mean a switch to their great rivals Real Madrid would be off the table.
"Everywhere I go abroad they know my father and he often asked: 'Come to Barcelona, I'll give a tour of Camp Nou'," he added.
"I really wanted to go to Barcelona instead of Real Madrid. Barcelona is in my heart, but who am I to say no to Real Madrid?"
For now at least, Kluivert Jnr will remain in Amsterdam. His current deal expires next year with his agent Mino Raiola negotiating the possibility of an extension.