Donny Van de Beek granted Man Utd exit request but Ralf Rangnick leaves door ajar as three clubs float – Archyde

Donny van de Beek is on the verge of a move from Manchester United with three sides ready to meet the Red Devils’ demands for a deal for the Dutch midfielder.

The Dutch midfielder has endured a thoroughly miserable period since leaving Ajax for Old Trafford. Van de Beek cost £40million from the Dutch giants and has started just four Premier League games at the club in 18 months. So it’s no surprise that he’s pushing to leave.

To that end, reports emerged earlier this week Ralf Rangnick gave him permission to leave the country.

However, any interested club will have to pay Van de Beek’s £120,000-a-week wages in full. United are also charging a loan fee which is reportedly in the region of £3million.

Although the whole package will therefore cost around £5.5million, that hasn’t stopped three suitors from coming forward.

In fact, according to the Manchester Abendnachrichten, this hunt is led by Crystal Palace.

However, they are not the only club interested in the newspaper reporting two other suitors for the player. They state that another of these teams is in the Premier League. And without naming names Newcastle are strongly linked.

Further away, Borussia Dortmund should also be interested.

But it seems Palace is behind the wheel.

The player’s partner Estelle is the daughter of Arsenal star Dennis Bergkamp. And the Gunners legend remains close to Eagles manager Patrick Vieira.

Rangnick leaves Van de Beek open

Despite leaving the club this month, Rangnick refuses to shut down Van de Beek’s United career altogether.

In fact, the interim manager hopes the midfielder will use the temporary effect to get back to his best form.

As such – and especially given the doubts surrounding Paul Pogba’s long-term future – he could still get a fresh start next season.

United eventually signed Van de Beek amid fears Pogba would quit this summer. And while that move didn’t materialize at the time, the purpose of his deal might ultimately still serve his reasoning.

However, Van de Beek is reportedly unhappy with the Red Devils due to a series of broken promises over his playing time.

In total, Van de Beek has made 50 appearances for United, scoring two goals.

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