The 32-year-old has been wearing the Ajax shirt since 2018 but recent reports have been linking him with a move away this summer.
Dusan Tadic insists he has “too much fun” at Ajax, playing down talks of a possible move to AC Milan.
Tadic’s future has been a subject of speculations lately. There have been Milan identify him as a budget replacement for Hakan Calhanoglu, who made the switch to Inter Milan last month after running down his contract with the Rossoneri.
Ajax director Marc Overmars recently declared the Serbian, who is under contract with the club until 30 June 2023, is not for sale.
Speaking to the Dutch daily De Telegraaf, the forward, who notched up an impressive 22 goals and even 26 assists in 52 games across all competitions last term, confirms the Serie A side’s interest in him but insists he remains committed to his club.
“Ajax is my club, it has always been my dream club,” said Tadic.
“I play for Ajax and I have too much fun to leave this team. It’s one of the most beautiful clubs in the world.
“[Milan] have been in contact with my agent. Not with me, I just want to focus on football.”