DON HIS WAY? Champions League giants ‘still in talks with Man Utd over Donny van de Beek transfer after failing in deadline day move’

GALATASARAY are reportedly still in talks with Manchester United's Donny van de Beek after failing to agree a £1million loan deal on deadline day.


Posted Tuesday, September 05, 2023 by Thesun.co.uk

The Red Devils outcast is set to leave Old Trafford as Erik ten Hag aims to trim his squad.

DON HIS WAY? Champions League giants ‘still in talks with Man Utd over Donny van de Beek transfer after failing in deadline day move’
Galasataray are continuing talks with Manchester United for Donny Van de Beek Credit: Getty

Turkey's transfer window does not close until September 15th with clubs able to continue making offers past the European deadline.

Van de Beek arrived at the Red Devils in 2020 from Ajax for £40million with high expectations.

The hefty fee came off the back of him playing a starring role in Ajax's run to the Champions League semi-finals.

But the midfielder has faced injuries, an unsuccessful loan move to Everton and failure to secure first-team opportunities at United.

He played just seven games for the Toffees during his loan spell, scoring one goal.

This has left the 26-year-old eager to revamp his career.

The Dutchman has played just 34 league games since arriving in England and is yet to be named in any of Ten Hags fixtures this season.

He has started just two Premier League games since the start of last season, despite having starred under Ten Hag during their time together at Ajax.

French giants Lorient and former club Ajax have both shown interest in the forgotten star.

But with the European window now closed Champions League contenders Galatasaray are the front runners.

The Super Lig side remain keen on Van de Beek and are hopeful of finalising a deal with United in the coming days.

Galatasaray have already signed Premier League star Wilfred Zaha this summer.

The former Crystal Palace ace joined as a free agent in July and made his debut in a 0-0 draw against Kayserispor.

Tottenham's Tanguy Ndombele and Davinson Sanchez are also set to be flying to the Turkish capital to finalise a deal.



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