Man United is a flop. Donny van de Beek is reportedly in discussions to leave Old Trafford as Juventus consider a January move.
According to rumours, Juventus has begun talks with Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek about a January transfer.
The 24-year-old Dutchman has only made three appearances for United this season, but Juventus are interested in bringing him to Old Trafford in the coming transfer window.
Last August, the midfielder joined United for £35 million from Ajax, but he has yet to impress his manager that he merits regular minutes in a United shirt.
His rage with his manager’s decision to leave him on the bench boiled out in the Champions League versus Villarreal, when he tossed his chewing gum on the floor.
Paul Ince, a 53-year-old Manchester United great, praised the player while criticizing Solskjaer’s handling of the incident.
On The Kelly and Wrighty Show, he said: “He’s been professional and followed the rules to the letter. Ole has gone out and said he’s in my plans, which is obviously a lie; he needs to move in January for the sake of his career.” The player’s most likely destination appears to be Serie A, with both Juve and Inter being admirers of van de Beek and looking to bolster their midfield options.
The Old Lady have already begun conversations with his agency regarding a prospective transfer, according to La Stampa, with club director Federico Cherubini eager to bring the star to Turin.
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However, Calciomercato.com reports that any transaction would be a loan with an option or obligation to buy, as the club is now unable to make the transition permanent.
To free up funds to sign Van de Beek permanently in the summer, Juve will most likely try to sell midfielders Aaron Ramsey and Weston McKennie.
Van van Beek would also rejoin with former Ajax teammate Matthijs De Ligt, with whom he has remained close since De Ligt joined the Bianconeri in 2019.
The former Ajax midfielder appeared for six minutes in Man Utd’s 4-1 win against Newcastle last month, his sole appearance in the Premier League this season.
He started the 2-1 Champions League loss to Young Boys but was substituted at halftime, and he also played 90 minutes in the 1-0 Carabao Cup loss to West Ham.
Last season, Van van Beek only started four Premier League games, and despite rumors that he might leave Old Trafford in the summer, the club vetoed any prospective transfer.
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