With the January transfer window deadline slowly approaching, European top clubs have been busy sealing signings and sanctioning sales. Removing deadwoods is as crucial as signing new top quality players.Manchester United have already released two top players on loan.
These include both Amad Diallo and Anthony Martial. Diallo sealed a move to Scottish top club Rangers. French striker, Anthony Martial joined Spanish top club Sevilla. Latest news indicate that the red devils are in talks with Crystal Palace over a loan move for Donny Van de Beek.
The Dutch midfielder has been sidelined at Old Trafford since the start of this season. This is despite being promised by United's coaching staff that he will be instrumental in this season's fixtures.
Van de Beek had been thought to break into new manager, Ralf Rangnick's first eleven. However, this has not been the case. Patrick Viera is said to be keen in sealing Van de Beek's transfer soon. There seems to be a light at the end for Donny Van de Beek.
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