Deal close – Man United ready to pay £70,000 a week to secure star exit – Erik Ten Hag wants Him out of the Club by all means. - soocer442
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Deal close – Man United ready to pay £70,000 a week to secure star exit – Erik Ten Hag wants Him out of the Club by all means.

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Man United is nearly willing to pay £70,000 per week to secure the departure of a star player; Erik Ten Hag will do anything to get him out of the club.In 2020, Manchester United acquired Donny van de Beek from

Ajax for a sum totaling £39 million. The Dutch international is about to depart Old Trafford after never being given a reasonable opportunity there.Bild reports that the 26-year-old midfielder is nearing a loan agreement with Frankfurt. The German club is attempting to acquire the option to acquire him permanently at the conclusion of the current campaign.

 

According to the reputable German news agency, Donny currently earns seven million euros annually and Manchester United is willing to pay sixty percent of that amount, or approximately seventy thousand pounds per week, to transfer him to the Bundesliga club.Florian Plettenberg, a journalist for Sky Sports, reports that the 19-capped international has decided to join Frankfurt. The German club hopes to finalize the transfer this month so he can begin the following season.He has started only eleven Premier League games for the 20-time English champions over the past three years.

 

Donny van de Beek, who served as a bench warmer for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, likely anticipated starting time for Erik ten Hag.

 

During the 2018-19 season, he was an indispensable member of Ten Hag’s squad that completed the domestic double in the Netherlands and advanced to the Champions League semifinals.

 

The former Eredivisie midfielder has appeared in just two games across all competitions for Manchester United this season, accumulating a mere 21 minutes of action.

 

Expecting to return to the national team, a move to Frankfurt could provide him with the opportunity to make amends for missing the World Cup.

 

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