AJAX star Antony has hinted he will leave this summer amid intense interest from Manchester United.
The winger is reportedly United’s priority transfer and the Dutch champions rejected a whopping £68million bid from United.
The Brazil international admits he is “very happy” in Amsterdam but can make no promises about his future.
The 22-year-old also revealed he still cheers for former manager Erik ten Hag, who is determined to bring him to Old Trafford.
Antony told De Telegraaf after being asked if he can assure fans he will stay at Ajax: “No. To be honest, I can’t.
“I can say that I want to make the right decision together with my family, agents and Ajax. God decides my future in the end.
“I am very happy at Ajax. I have a contract until 2025 and will give everything for this beautiful club with every second. I wear this shirt with pride.
“We are playing in the Champions League. I enjoy being here. I find it important that the atmosphere is good and that we can create a team. This is why I put a lot of effort into my team-mates.
“This is also a signal to the children: work hard, create friendships, you will achieve more together than alone.
“Thanks to Ajax I have become a more complete footballer.
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“My focus is on football. I have put all of these matters in the hands of my agent.”
Antony added: “I will always cheer for Erik ten Hag. It makes me sad that I haven’t been able to do this for him yet.
“But knowing Erik.. I am sure he will turn things around. Manchester United will become a better club with him in charge.”