Mundo Deportivo reported on Monday that Frenkie de Jong of Ajax will analyse offers from Manchester City, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain and then take a decision on his future.

There’s an update on the Netherlands international in today’s edition of the same publication as they have relayed comments made by journalist Oriol Domènech on Catalunya Radio’s program ‘El Club de la Mitjanit’.

He claims it’s ‘decisive hours’ for the 21-year-old as he’s going to decide between today and tomorrow where he will play next season.

Pep Guardiola’s side are ‘strong’ on the player, and still considered a possibility.

Domènech claims the Etihad outfit are talking to the player’s environment so that they can get a ‘final yes’ from De Jong.

There is a possibility that the Premier League winners are ready to meet the fee their competitors are willing to pay to the Dutch club in order to secure his services.

The competitive fixtures of this calendar year have already started for Ajax and De Jong wants to end the ongoing saga around his future so that he can focus on the second half of the season. 

If the report is to be believed, Ajax will make an official announcement on the player’s next destination tomorrow, things are now believe to be imminent.

City, along with Barcelona and PSG, will be eagerly awaiting De Jong’s decision.