Dolberg: Madrid and Milan would be nice

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Ajax forward Kasper Dolberg says it would be "nice" to follow in the footsteps of new team-mate Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to represent Real Madrid and Milan.

Dolberg has attracted interest from Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Liverpool after an incredible debut season with the Dutch giants.

The 19-year-old arrived at the Amsterdam ArenA as a relatively unknown quantity but after 23 goals and eight assists in 48 games across all competitions, he has earned a reputation as one of Europe's most promising attackers.

Due to his height and technical ability, comparisons with Zlatan Ibrahimovic were made in the Dutch media, but Dolberg is taking inspiration from Huntelaar, who rejoined De Joden after nine years abroad.

"A similar career to Huntelaar? Real Madrid would be alright. Milan and Schalke are nice clubs as well," the Denmark international told De Telegraaf.

"And everyone dreams about finishing second and third at a World Cup. I will just follow my own path, though."

On reports of an off-season exit, Dolberg revealed he's in no rush to leave Amsterdam, after Ajax technical director Marc Overmars insisted he won't be sold at any price.

"It might be somewhat strange in modern-day football, where everyone appears to be for sale, but Overmars made a statement with his comment that I am not for sale, and I am fine with it. I want to stay and will not be leaving," he declared.