Donny van de Beek insists he will not complain should he remain at Ajax this summer after admitting it has been a "messy" time for him amid links to Manchester United and Real Madrid.
The Netherlands international has become a pivotal player for the Dutch giants, scoring eight goals and providing six assists in 23 league games as Ajax claimed the Eredivisie title in a curtailed season.
Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar in June revealed both United and Madrid had made contact over a potential summer move, but insisted the club's "strong financial policy" means they are not required to sell.
Van de Beek - who has two years remaining on his Ajax contract - played 45 minutes as Ajax beat Utrecht 5-1 in a pre-season friendly on Thursday.
And though acknowledging his situation would likely be different had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic, the 23-year-old midfielder insists another season at the Johan Cruijff ArenA would not be a problem.