PSG to beat City and Barcelona to sign 'The Next Big Thing'

PSG to beat City and Barcelona to sign 'The Next Big Thing'

PSG to beat City and Barcelona to sign 'The Next Big Thing'

French champions Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with a move for Ajax's prized asset, who PSG hitman Kylian Mbappe claims is "welcome" at the Parc des Princes.

Willem II, the club at which De Jong started his career, will reportedly receive 15% of the fee.

Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf report that De Jong is on the brink of a €75m move to PSG, but the 21-year-old told the Guardian that he has not made any firm decisions on his future.

De Jong seems destined to become Ajax's most expensive sale ever - beating the £35m that Tottenham had to pay for Davinson Sanchez previous year.

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The 21-year-old Dutch worldwide has impressed at club and global level this year, alerting the likes of Barcelona, Manchester United, Liverpool and Manchester City to his talents.

World Cup victor Mbappe remains one of De Jong's biggest admirers and has urged boss Thomas Tuchel to push the board to sign the playmaker.

"The rumours appeared again today and I'm sure it will stay like this for a while, but I think we're handling it well".

Manager Erik ten Hag also acknowledged the rumours during his pre-match press conference ahead of his side's game against PEC Zwolle, admitting that should De Jong choose to remain at the club long-term, it would be a boost for the reputation of the Eredivisie as one of Europe's top leagues.

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"You have to tackle as well", De Jong added.

"I don't pay attention to it", De Jong said.

De Jong has been capped five times by the Netherlands and played a key role in their Nations League campaign where they next face England in June 2019. I hear the stories but I just want to finish this season well'.

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