Matthijs de Ligt continues to get attention in the Catalan media as Monday’s edition of Mundo Deportivo provides the latest update about the Ajax captain.

The Netherlands international has four ‘important offers’ from Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Juventus.

He is currently preparing for the upcoming UEFA Nations League semi-final clash against England on June 6th.

If Ronald Koeman’s side beat the Three Lions, they will make it to the final on Sunday, or will have to face the losing side from the other semi-final on June 9th.

The centre-back earlier stressed a decision will be taken after the Nations League, which is why this week could be ‘decisive’ for the future of the 19-year-old, claims the report.

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Regarding the Red Devils, it is claimed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are going strong in their pursuit of the Dutchman.

After having seen Manchester City win the title, Tottenham Hotspur make it to the Champions League final, which they lost to Liverpool, and Chelsea winning the Europa League, Mundo states it has been quite a humiliation for United.

Thus, the 20-time English champions are ‘determined to spend a lot of money’ on De Ligt and other players.

Out of Barca, PSG, Juve and United, only the latter will not take part in next season’s Champions League.

Whether that influences the Ajax star when making a final decision on his future remains to be seen.