The 19-year-old midfielder is considered by some to be the next jewel to come out of the Ajax academy and is highly rated across Europe.


Clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are believed to be interested in getting their hands on him soon.



Manchester City have also been tracking him with a view to potentially signing him in the summer transfer window.


However, Gravenberch stressed that he is not sure what is going to happen in the summer and he has left his agent and his father to make a decision on his behalf at the end of the season.



He has 18 months left on his contract but the Dutchman assured Ajax that he is not looking to run down his contract and will not look to leave the club on a free transfer after all that they have done for him.


The midfielder told Dutch daily the Algemeen Dagblad: “It is up to my agent and my father, I don’t know whether I will leave Ajax next summer.



“What I know for sure is that I will not leave if Ajax are not earning anything from me.


“I have played here all my career. Ajax have been good to me and I owe a lot to the club.


“Then I cannot just leave on a free transfer. That will not happen.”


Gravenberch is wary of leaving the Netherlands and his comfort zone at only 19 and indicated that he could stay at Ajax for a few more years as well.


“It is not bad to step out of your comfort zone. A different competition, different life and different people around you.


“But that can also be done at 22, for example.”


Real Madrid have also been linked with holding an interest in Gravenberch.