Edwin van der Sar’s recent interview has suggested that Ajax are prepared to potentially lose Erik ten Hag in the summer.
When asked about foreign interest in the 52-year-old manager, the Manchester United legend – and Ajax CEO – told Dutch TV channel RTL7: “This means that we are doing something well. It’s the same with the players.
“When we perform, the interest comes. If there is interest in our players or coach… we’ve all been blown away in the past.
“So be it, we have to make sure we’re ready by then. That the lists are filled in.”
The Red Devils have been strongly linked with appointing Ten Hag as Ralf Rangnick’s successor, even more so after Ajax crashed out of the Champions League to Benfica.
Top Dutch outlets have also reported that the club are already looking for replacements and will not stop Ten Hag from leaving.