Ajax midfielder Christian Eriksen has revealed that he is ready to leave the Dutch champions for a "big" club as Liverpool continue to be linked with a move for the hugely talented playmaker.
Eriksen has been heavily linked with a move away from the Amsterdam Arena and with just one year remaining on his contract it would seem in Ajax's best interest to cash in on the midfielder this summer.
The Denmark international has already turned down a move to join Bayer Leverkusen and is now waiting to receive the right offer. Liverpool and AC Milan have both been heavily linked with the midfielder but neither club has made an official offer.
Reds manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that he is keen to bring players to the club who can instantly make an impact in the first team and Eriksen would seem to be the perfect candidate to fill a role in midfield.
Rodgers may well now be encouraged to make an offer after hearing Eriksen claim that he is ready to leave Ajax, but only for the right club.
"When a really big club comes, I'll go," Eriksen told Voetbal Primeur, before adding. "Has such a club already come? No."
The 21 year old has enjoyed a hugely successful career at Ajax, winning three league titles and again impressing at the weekend as he helped the club beat AZ Alkmaar 3-2 in the Dutch Super Cup.
Liverpool have already made four signings this summer but Rodgers is determined to build a squad that can genuinely challenge for a top four finish and has admitted that he is keen to sign "another attacking, creative player".
Eriksen has excelled in this position for both Ajax and Denmark over the past three years and is viewed as one of the brightest young talents in Dutch football.