Ajax forward Kasper Dolberg has confirmed that he is not interested in moving to Manchester United or city rivals Manchester City in the summer but hinted that he could look for other options at the end of the campaign.

The Danish forward, who has scored 19 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions, has attracted interest from a number of clubs across Europe with the Red Devils and City among those tracking his progress.

The 19-year-old is expected to leave the Eredivisie club this summer but has made it clear that he is not ready to move to one of the big guns in the Premier League. He is keen on joining a club that will offer him regular game time, while also playing in a style that suits him.

"No, it's to go to City or United now," Dolberg told Four Four Two, as quoted by the Mirror. "It's important to keep on playing, as I don't know what could happen in the future."

"I have not got a dream league. It's important which kind of club is keen — in terms of playing style and also how it is at the club. You look at the whole package," the Danish forward added.

Everton have been alerted after his latest comments with Ronald Koeman's team also among his list of admirers. The Toffees are most likely to have a vacancy with top scorer Romelu Lukaku linked with a move away, and Dolberg could be an able replacement for the Belgium international.

Ajax will hold the advantage when it comes to negotiating his release as the 19-goal striker is contracted to them until the summer of 2021. According to the Liverpool Echo, Everton might have to break their transfer record to take Dolberg to Goodison Park this summer.