A Ruined Career? Manchester United Loanee, Donny Van De Beek transfer woes continue…

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DONNY VAN DE BEEK’s search for a way out of Old Trafford has suffered yet another setback.

The Manchester United loanee, 26, has spent the second half of this season with Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt.

An option-to-buy clause worth £9million plus £2.5m in add-ons was added within the deal.

However, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has now reported that Frankfurt will NOT make the deal a permanent one.

“Van de Beek will search for a “new chapter” and “new club” in the summer window”, he stated.

The 26-year-old Midfielder joined Manchester United in 2020 for £39m and has since then made only 62 appearances for The Red Devils, scoring two goals and providing two assists.

Prior to joining Frankfurt, his first loan spell came at Everton during the 2021/22 campaign when he played just seven times, scoring one goal.

His poor form has seen him start just four of Frankfurt’s 13 league games since arriving in January and he is yet to contribute a goal or assist for the German side.

The 2022 Europa League winners sit sixth in the Bundesliga but 14 points adrift of fifth.

As a result they are set to qualify for the Europa Conference League, but are not expected to take Van de Beek with them.

The ex-Ajax midfielder played just 21 minutes for Man Utd during the first half of this season – having started only four games during Erik ten Hag’s opening campaign as manager.

Donny Van De Beek’s career is on a downward curve and is in desperate need to find a new club that’ll bring out the best in him and save his career from being ruined.

With all the chaos surrounding him at the moment, it will definitely be difficult to get that club as he hasn’t had the best of transfer moves in recent times.

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  1. Tough times for Donny van de Beek at Manchester United. 📉 His journey has been rocky, and it looks like the challenges continue. Hoping for a turnaround soon! 🙏 #MUFC #FootballCareers

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