Man United outcast Donny van de Beek ‘has been offered on loan to Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund’, with the Dutchman open to leaving after failing to make a Premier League start this season
- Donny van de Beek’s opportunities at Manchester United continue to look bleak
- The Dutchman has reportedly been offered on loan to Newcastle and Dortmund
- Van de Beek is said to be open to leaving this month to gain first team action
Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has been offered out on loan to both Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund after failing to work his way into Ralf Rangnick’s plans, reports claim.
Van de Beek, a £40million signing from Ajax in 2019, has failed to start a single Premier League game this season and his future at Old Trafford looks bleak.
The Dutchman has been mainly limited to cup appearances this term, coming on for 18 minutes in United’s 1-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup third round.
Manchester United are looking to loan out Donny van de Beek this month, reports claim
Newcastle boss Eddie Howe (L) and Dortmund coach Marco Rose (R) have been sounded out
Interim boss Rangnick praised his performance and said the team ‘controlled’ the game after his introduction – leading to hopes the playmaker might be given more chances to impress under the German.
But MEN believe a handful of clubs have already been sounded out about taking Van de Beek on loan – including the Magpies and Bundesliga giants Dortmund.
Newcastle are active in this January window and are keen to bolster their squad in a desperate bid to avoid relegation after being taken over by Saudi billionaires.
United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has made it clear van de Beek is not currently in his plans
Eddie Howe’s men have already splashed out £37m so far on Atletico Madrid right back Kieran Trippier and Burnley striker Chris Wood, but the former Bournemouth boss would likely relish a chance to add to his midfield options.
And Van de Beek would be open to moving away from Old Trafford this month, the report adds, with United speaking to both Newcastle and Dortmund to find out about their interest.
United are hoping to revamp their own midfield this January, and Van de Beek’s loan departure may free up some wage space for arrivals, with Amadou Haidara among the stars to be linked with a move.
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