Liverpool and Manchester United linked striker Kasper Dolberg has not ruled out the possibility of leaving Ajax in the summer.

The 19-year-old Dane has played a huge role in helping Ajax reach the Europa League final, where the Dutch giants will be facing Manchester United in Stockholm’s Friends Arena on Wednesday night.

His performances this season mean he has been linked with a move to a number of top clubs, with Liverpool and Manchester United believed to be keeping tabs on him; Jurgen Klopp has dubbed the striker "fantastic".

Serie A giants AC Milan and Napoli have also shown an interest in Dolberg and the striker has stopped short of confirming that he will be continuing at Ajax next season.

“I did say that I want to remain at Ajax for one more season”, the striker told De Telegraaf.  


“But you saw last year what happened with Arek [Arkadiusz] Milik.

"A week after he said that he wants to stay for one more year, he went to Napoli.”

However, Dolberg just wants to focus on the Europa League final against Manchester United for the moment and indicated that a decision on his future at the club will only be taken during the summer break.

“Wednesday is an important game and I don’t want to think about a transfer.

"After the final I’ll join the Denmark national team and then I’ll look into it all.”

He has a contract until 2021 with Ajax.