Jordy Clasie
Clasie has been included in Netherlands' World Cup squad.

Feyenoord midfielder Jordy Clasie has received no approach from Manchester United regarding a move to Old Trafford, according to the player's agent.

The 22 year old is tipped as the next rising star of Dutch football and after impressing in Eredivisie last season won a place in Louis van Gaal's World Cup squad.

Van Gaal will take official charge of United after the summer finals but has already admitted to handing the club's hierarchy a transfer wishlist.

A host of former and current Van Gaal cohorts have already been linked with a move to join the outgoing Netherlands coach, with Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman among them.

But despite the 62 year old moving to United, Clasie's agent Wessel Weezenberg says his client is not about to join him and though previously linked with moves to Serie A club Fiorentina and Premier League runners-up Liverpool, the youngster has attracted no interest in his signature.

"There has been no contact recently with the Viola (Fiorentina) or with the Red Devils (United) and neither with other clubs," he told Calciomercato.

"He is focused exclusively on the national team. The opportunity to train daily with a great coach like van Gaal is very important for him.

"Jordy's future will probably be decided after the World Cup."

After stating upon his appointment that he wished to guide United – who finished seventh in the Premier League last season – back to their former glory, Van Gaal is expected to make sweeping changes this summer.

Ryan Giggs' move into United's backroom team, Nemanja Vidic's switch to Inter Milan and the expiry of Rio Ferdinand's contract has already left a hole in the squad.

The club are also currently without a club captain after Vidic's departure and van Gaal could look to give international skipper Robin van Persie the armband after he leads Netherlands in the upcoming World Cup.

Fellow-striker Wayne Rooney and defender Patrice Evra, who signed a new contract last week, are among the other contenders for the role as is goalkeeper David de Gea – who was named the club's player of the year last season.