Frank de Boer has said he expects Jasper Cillessen to stay at Ajax despite reported interest from Manchester United.
Cillessen had been tipped as a possible successor to United goalkeeper David De Gea, who is wanted by Real Madrid, but Ajax said in May that the Netherlands international is not for sale.
Ajax boss De Boer has told Voetbal International he is confident he will keep Cillessen.
"He is very important to us so we do not want to lose him," he said. "I'm assuming that he stays."
Hamburg captain Rafael van der Vaart will not be joining Ajax when he leaves the Bundesliga club at the end of the season, according to the player's agent.
Van der Vaart, 32, is set to bring an end this summer to his second stint at HSV, which has mainly been overshadowed by the club's struggles in recent seasons.
Hamburg narrowly avoided automatic relegation for the second successive year by beating Schalke 2-0 on Saturday and now face Karlsruher in the Bundesliga relegation/promotion playoff.
With Mother's Day falling on the second Sunday of May, Ajax celebrated by trudging out of the tunnel before their Eredivisie game against Cambuur with some very special guests in tow.
Instead of their usual slightly more youthful player mascots, the Dutch side were all accompanied to the pitch by their dear old mums.
Ajax coach Frank de Boer will not leave the club this summer, according to his agent.
De Boer has been touted as one of the favourites to replace John Carver at Newcastle, with the Magpies currently sitting just two points above the Premier League's relegation zone.
However, Guido Albers says his client, who arrived at Ajax in December 2010, will still be at the Eredivisie club come next season.
"Frank has informed Ajax he will stay next season," Albers told Sky Sports. "Frank will not be leaving...