The agent of Ajax wonderkid Christian Eriksen says 'no one knows' what the future holds for the highly sought after Danish midfielder.

The 20-year-old is regarded as one of the finest young prospects currently operating in European football and, hence, has been frequently linked with a move away from the Amsterdam Arena.

Manchester United are reported to be keen on Eriksen, while Chelsea have also been credited with interest in the Denmark international.

But, should the Premier League rivals decide to formalise their interest in Eriksen, they will face stiff competition for his signature, with a number of clubs monitoring his situation.

Roma are he latest side to have been linked with Eriksen and, with frequent speculation about his client's future, Martin Schoots says it is impossible to predict what the outcome will be.

"Roma is an interesting project, but the player is under contract until June 2014," Schoots told Italian radio station Rete Sport.

"We have had requests from various clubs, but no one knows what is going to happen in a few months."

Eriksen has scored seven goals in 35 appearances for club and country this season, and has starred for Ajax both domestically and on the continent.

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