Donny van de Beek of Manchester United is reportedly interested in Ruben Neves and could leave before the deadline.
Manchester United could make further moves before the transfer season closes.
Manchester United are apparently willing to let Donny van de Beek depart before the transfer deadline, just a year after bringing him in from Ajax. The Dutchman’s time at Old Trafford has been a massive disappointment, and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may feel that it’s time to cut his losses and move on.
Van van Beek arrived in Manchester with a strong reputation and a £40 million price tag after being signed from Ajax last summer.
Due to the great success of fellow attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandes, he has struggled to establish himself in red through no fault of his own.
Working with limited minutes and beginning on the bench the bulk of the time, the 24-year-old has unable to capitalize on his few opportunities.
As a result, Fabrizio Romano believes the Red Devils are getting ready to sanction a departure before the window closes.
Although not exactly in his favorite position of attacking midfield, the additions of Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo could worry him as attacking midfield positions become even more competitive.
After demonstrating his potential in the Eredivisie and for the Dutch national team, the all-round midfielder is sure to attract a slew of suitors.
Van van Beek, who is still in his early twenties, has plenty of time to get his career back on track after being derailed during his year at Old Trafford.
The fact that United has spent well over £100 million this summer without making any money should be a source of concern for them.
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With the likes of Jesse Lingard and Van de Beek linked with departures, pressure on Solskjaer to cash in could rise as the deadline approaches.
However, if they can recuperate a significant sum for the Dutchman, it might renew their interest in Ruben Neves, Wolves’ midfield general.
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