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Fischer: Move for the future

Ajax striker Viktor Fischer insists he has given no thought to making a move away from the Dutch giants.

Last Updated: 09/05/13 at 18:27 Post Comment

Viktor Fischer: Happy to continue working on his game at Ajax

Viktor Fischer: Happy to continue working on his game at Ajax

Speculation ahead of the summer transfer window claims the 18-year-old is set to become hot property.

Much like his fellow Denmark international and club colleague Christian Eriksen, Fischer is said to be a potential target for leading clubs across Europe.

The likes of Manchester United and Chelsea are believed to be keen on adding the youngster's potential to their ranks, with a bright opening to his club career suggesting he is destined for the top.

Fischer is, however, in no rush to secure a high-profile switch.

He feels he is at the right club for his ongoing development and is paying little attention to the gossip regarding his future.

Fischer told Voetbal International: "I have a lot to learn in Amsterdam.

"I think I'm a wise guy. Only when you're 25 do you show how good you really are.

"I have accomplished nothing here. It would be arrogant if I thought I was done here."

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