Liverpool and Tottenham target Christian Eriksen has yet reached an agreement with any club at this stage as his agent insisted he would only leave Ajax if the right offer came up.
Eriksen has become a regular name in recent summer transfer windows, with the 21 year old having starred for Ajax over the last three seasons in the senior line-up.
Both Liverpool and Tottenham have been linked with moves for the young star though recently it had been thought that he would choose Borussia Dortmund and snub the Premier League all together.
But Dortmund have denied that any talks are taking place with Eriksen and have since made a big-money purchase in young playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who has since been touted as a replacement for the departed Mario Gotze.
And now £15m-rated Eriksen's agent Martin Schoots says that while the Denmark international is currently in talks with a number of clubs, he hasn't made a decision over his future as yet.
"We still have contact with other clubs, but we never know if a transfer is really happening," Schoots told Sporten.dk.
"We don't want to speculate, and we always said that Christian has no urge to leave Ajax. This is the first summer that he's open for a transfer.
"He will only leave if he can develop at a new club, otherwise he will stay at Ajax."
Liverpool and Tottenham have competed over a number of players in recent years, with both sides holding ambitions of reaching the Champions League and extending their scouting networks in the hopes of finding affordable players on the brink of reaching their peaks.
Eriksen scored 13 goals last season for Ajax and holds a host of trophies to his name having won the Dutch title three times. His achievements come with the fact that he is still very young and has a long career ahead of him if the former Chelsea-trialist can continue to put in the performances he has in recent seasons.
Spurs have already purchased Paulinho so far this summer to beef up their midfield department while Brendan Rodgers has been concentrating more on his attackers and defenders after bringing Philippe Coutinho into the mix last January.
The manager is hoping to add significant depth to the squad though, and if either Tottenham or Liverpool can promise Eriksen game time, it would appear their interest in the young star could become concrete.