Father of Ajax star urges son to snub Man Utd, Barcelona interest


The youngster told Helden: "If you get a nice offer, you never know".

The 18-year-old forward has netted six goals in 19 appearances in the Eredivisie this season and his excellent performances have seen him linked with some of Europe's biggest clubs.

Patrick Kluivert was the same age as his son Justin is now when he scored the victor for Ajax in the 1995 Champions League final.

Ajax starlet Justin Kluivert has been talking upon moving up to better things within the next couple of years and has also name-dropped a number of European Giants as his potential destination.

'Everywhere I go overseas they know my father, he often asked: "Come to Barcelona, I'll give a tour of Camp Nou".

He told Cadena Ser, ahead of Real Madrid's game against Paris Saint-Germain: "It is hard to say no to Barca but also to other teams".

According to Team Talk, Patrick said to Cadena SER: "He [Justin Kluivert] is doing things really well and the most important thing is that he continues like so".

"I know there are some clubs that want him but I've told him that he is still 18 and should be relaxed and stay another year or more at Ajax to be stronger".

'He should not leave his country soon.

Questioned about a potential move to Barcelona, he replied: "Of course it is hard [to say no to Barcelona] but also it is hard to say no to other big teams".

"He should choose the team that responds most to his play and not to the one that pays him more money".

And now the Dutch winger has opened up about where he sees his future, naming four Premier League clubs that he believes he could play for. It's hard to say no to Barca, but also to other big teams.