Dusan Tadic has revealed that he’d like to manage Ajax at some point in the future after he retires.
The Serbian has become something of a legend at the club since joining in 2018, being arguably their best player and the Eredivisie’s in that period.
With him now 33 years of age, he’s starting to think about what he wants to do once he hangs up his boots, and speaking to Ajax Life, he revealed that, while he has no plans to retire soon, he’d like to eventually manage his current club when he does.
“You don’t know what will happen, but the most important thing is that you have fun,” he said.
“Every former player says: you should play as long as you want and as long as you have fun. I’m focused on that now and later we have to see what happens.
“But generally I want to be a trainer at Ajax. Of the Ajax first team? Yes. You have to learn first and then to Ajax 1.”