Dutch giants, Ajax prospect Daishawn Redan is set to turn down interest from Manchester United and sign contract extension with the club.
The 16-year-old starlet has been heavily linked with a switch to old Trafford during the summer transfer window.
The Dutchman has been capped at Under-15, 16 and 17 level that has seen him attracting interest from top European clubs including Manchester United.
However, Redan has now revealed to Goal that he does not want to leave the Eredvisie and will sign a contract extension with the Dutch giants.
“My parents take care of my business. The trust I have in them is the highest, so I don’t have an agent, but I let them take care of it,” he told Goal.
“The club knows what I want, and that is to get in the first team. I want to be the first-choice striker of Ajax. There is a contract coming my way here, and I will sign it.”
However, that 16-year-old forward has confirmed interest from the Red Devils and said that it would increase his motivation to become a better player.
“If you know a club like Man United is interested, that only gives you confidence, and you will do everything you can to get better.”