Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez - believed to be a target for Man United and Tottenham - has hinted that he may leave Ajax after the World Cup.
Prior to the tournament Suarez had claimed he intended to stay at the Amsterdam Arena, but the prolific striker - who found the net an astonishing 49 times in the Eredivisie last season - has firmly put himself in the shop window with a string of impressive performances on the world stage.
"The first thing I want to do after the World Cup is go on a holiday. After that, we'll have to wait and see what will happen on the transfer market," Suarez told Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant.
"I think that the people at Ajax all know that it will be very difficult for them to hold on to me. I've played a good World Cup and is it a known fact that this results in interest from bigger clubs. You never know what happens though."
Although coming under criticism from some quarters for his deliberate handball against Ghana - which resulted in a red card - FourFourTwo are reporting that the 23-year-old has an admirer in Sir Alex Ferguson.
The United boss has already recruited Mexican youngster Javier Hernandez to bolster his frontline, but is believed to be on the lookout for another striker.
Likewise, Harry Redknapp would like to add to his attacking options as Spurs embark on their maiden Champions League campaign.