Man Utd flop Donny Van de Beek is ‘desperate’ to make Everton his new everlasting home, and a report has found out how much the red Devils could recoup if he leaves.
However, the Dutchman, 24, endured a torrid 18 months at old Trafford after signing from Ajax in 2020. Van de Beek by no means earned the faith of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in spite of the Norwegian splashing out £35m for his signature.
regular minutes were in desperately short supply, and his situation did no longer improve under new control.
Van de Beek ‘Demand’ before making move to Everton
According to the daily star, Van de Beek will do all he can to make his Everton move everlasting.
the outlet kingdom Van de Beek ‘will push’ and is ‘desperate’ to join Everton for good – providing they keep away from relegation this season.
The Toffees currently take a seat five points clear of the drop and have games in hand over the teams in 17th, 18th and 19th. The report states Van de Beek has ‘no purpose’ of returning to United. The player looks at his career stall at the bench of Old Trafford.
Lampard praised Van de Beek after first game
indeed, since Ralf Rangnick took interim charge, Van de Beek was afforded a measly 8 minutes of league action throughout 4 cameo appearances. Van de Beek pushed for a January exit. With his participation with the Netherlands on the Qatar World Cup at stake.
Mercifully for the Dutchman, Frank Lampard and Everton came calling when sanctioning a six-month loan. Van de Beek completed the full 90 mins in the latest 3-0 demolition of Leeds.
In Lampard’s latest press conference, he showered the midfielder with praise after revealing what’s impressed him the most up to now.
Next Manager to decide players fate
Firstly, it would require Everton to make a bid to sign him permanently in the summer transfer window. What’s more, United opted against negotiating an option to buy in his loan deal.
That was with a view to allowing the next manager of the club to take a final call de Beek’s future. Regardless, the midfielder seems intent on staying in Merseyside, and the Star claim United could cash in if a £20m bid is lodged.
That would generate a £15m loss on the Dutchman. Though if he has no future under the next manager, Manchester United may have to bear up with the loss.
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