Transfermarkt No auction for the Ajax playerFrankie de Jong. AFPBarcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are both after Ajax Frenkie de Jong, but the French club has denied the recent rumors that they are willing to pay 70 million euros for its services. Marc Overmars, the current Ajax sports director, has also recognized the contact but wanted to point out the interest of other teams. In fact, Barcelona does not consider him lost, and the player's agent has denied that he has made an agreement with PSG. The Telegraaf newspaper claimed that PSG signed the player for almost 70 minutes even though the Ajax player is at it. The Parc des Princes and the Parisians are aware that it will not be for that amount. The midfielder is also on the agenda of very strong clubs like Manchester City, but in Barcelona they believe that Frenkie, his family and his representatives have not done so, or make a final decision about his future. "The only thing I can say, I will say, there is still no agreement, the official decision has not yet been made, and until a transfer, my main focus is on Ajax," De Jong said. "With five games to go before the winter break, I just want to focus on this weekend's match against the PEC and the next Champions League match against Bayern Munich." I can not be busy saying "I'm going there or going there" Since for my part this would not show respect for Ajax and my teammates, "PSG also wanted to make it clear that any information suggesting a possible forced departure of Neymar or Mbappe due to FFP is completely wrong. The club certainly made a very strong statement Statement against the newspaper L & # 39; Equipe, the youngest to publish information in this regard. "Apart from denying these totally erroneous and ridiculous stories, and with the chance to restore a climate of great tension between the club and this medium asks PSG again after the intellectual honesty of L & # 39; Equipe and the hidden motives of his editorial line to PSG, "it says in the statement. There are many examples of unbalanced treatment whose sole purpose is to spread a harmful atmosphere … "In view of the disinformation organized by L & # 39; Equipe and their tireless collaborators, PSG, the most popular and successful club in France, is trying to undermining our image and reaffirming its desire to promote dialogue with only good-faith interlocutors. "