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Ten Hag: De Ligt will go to Barça or Bayern this summer

De Ligt, en el partido entre Ajax y Juventus.

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The Ajax coach has confirmed that the club's 19-year-old captain will be either Germany or Spain-bound at the end of the season.

Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag has admitted Matthijs de Ligt will not continue at the club next season, identifying Barcelona and Bayern Munich as the two teams most likely to sign him.

The 19-year-old Ajax captain has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona, where his team mate Frenkie De Jong will move this summer, after the two clubs agreed to an 86 million euro fee back in January.

Before the De Jong deal, there had been much speculation that Barça would sign both Ajax youngsters. And while a deal for De Ligt did not materialise, speculation linking him with the Spanish champions has not subsided.

The young defender, who is not short of suitors across Europe, even spoke of the possibility of joining Juventus two weeks ago in an interview with Tuttosport. PSG are also reportedly interested. But according to his coach Ten Hag, De Ligt will be either Barça or Bayern-bound this summer.

“There is zero chance that De Ligt will continue at Ajax. There are too many clubs interested in him. He will leave us this summer, but I don't know if he will go to Bayern or Barcelona,” Ten Hag told German daily Süddeutsche.

Ajax's bravery partly down to De Ligt 

Ajax are enjoying a golden year in Europe this season. Having knocked Real Madrid out of the Champions League last month after a stunning 4-1 victory at the Bernabéu, the Dutch club drew 1-1 with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus in the first leg of the quarter final in Amsterdam on Wednesday – leaving a semi-final place still very much on the cards.

It is a first Champions League quater finals appearence since 2003 for Ajax, who have not reached a semi-final since 1997. And this year's showing in Europe has naturally prompted comparisons between the club's current crop and the golden generation of the mid-90s.

Evaluating the strength off his young side and his captain De Ligt, Ten Hag said: "Our team plays with courage and creativity, partly because De Ligt is our captain. He has a lot of courage. Most of the Dutch players play with the ball at their feet, but he loves the art of defending. That is something new here.”

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