Matthijs de Ligt said it's possible he could team up with Dutch countryman Virgil van Dijk at Liverpool in the future, but is currently focused on his season at Ajax.
De Ligt captained Ajax as they won 4-1 at the Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday to dump holders Real Madrid out of the UEFA Champions League in one of the biggest shocks in the recent history of the competition.
As one of the gems of Ajax's young core, De Ligt has been linked with moves to a number of big clubs, from Arsenal to Atletico Madrid. There have also been rumors that he could follow team-mate Frenkie de Jong out of Ajax to Barcelona at the end of the season, the midfielder having agreed a deal worth €86million.
And former Netherlands international Rene van der Gijp has suggested De Ligt should join Liverpool to form an all-Dutch partnership with van Dijk.
"Virgil is a player who has experience in the top leagues," added De Ligt.
"Of course you want to learn from him. It's very useful to play next to him in the Dutch team.
"It could happen [joining Liverpool]. He plays for Liverpool. A nice club.
"But I'm not focused on this. I focus on Ajax. And then I will see where I will end up."