After reports emerged suggesting that a Manchester United target had agreed to join Real Madrid for a fee of €55 million, the player has now insisted he is yet to sign for a new team.
The Red Devils are yet to make a January signing, while Los Blancos have confirmed the acquisition of Brazil wonderkid Reinier on Monday.
Netherlands star Donny van de Beek has been linked with both clubs, although he will not leave Ajax Amsterdam this month.
A report by De Telegraaf suggested that the 22-year-old attacking midfielder had already signed for the Spanish giants, who reportedly agreed a €55 million (R889 million) fee with his current employers.
However, the player has now rubbished those claims, saying he is still undecided about his future.
"Nothing is official. I have not signed any contract. That is the situation. That has not changed throughout the season," Van de Beek said, as quoted by AS.
When asked which team between United and Real he would prefer to join, the Dutchman refused to commit to either club.
"I don't want to choose. They are both great clubs. As I said before, Ajax is too. Therefore, there is nothing to choose from. All of them would very good options," he added.
Van de Beek has scored nine goals and assisted another eight strikes in 27 appearances for Ajax so far this season, and has netted 40 times and set up 31 further goals in 165 games since breaking into the Dutch giants' senior side.
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