Crystal Palace and Valencia ‘make contact with Man United over loan move for outcast Donny van de Beek’… but the Red Devils will NOT include an option to buy the Dutchman in any deal
- Donny van de Beek has failed to nail down a place in the Manchester United side
- Dutchman joined from Ajax to much fanfare but has never convinced at club
- United still want to keep him around for next season despite numerous offers
- Crystal Palace and Valencia have both enquired about taking him on loan
Crystal Palace and Valencia have enquired about a loan move for Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek.
The Dutchman is enduring another season of frustration at Old Trafford and has not nailed down a spot in the midfield.
According Fabrizio Romano, Palace and Valencia have asked United over is availability for a loan but Ralf Rangnick is reluctant to let him go.
Donny van de Beek has struggled for game time and is a loan target for multiple clubs
He says United are refusing any loans with the option to buy as they want him to remain in the squad next season.
Van de Beek joined United from Ajax in 2020 for £34m but failed to sufficiently impress Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He has also struggled for minutes since Rangnick took charge and wants regular playing time, whether that is at United or elsewhere.
Ralf Rangnick wants to keep the Dutchman around and he will not be sold as part of any deal
Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace have made an enquiry about signing the midfielder
Michael Carrick gave him time in all three matches while he was in interim charge, although two of those appearances were as a substitute.
United allowed Anthony Martial out on loan to Sevilla and it remains to be seen how many players they will permit to depart for the second half of the season.
Valencia are 10th in LaLiga while Patrick Vieira’s Eagles are currently 13th in the Premier League.
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