Dutch national, Donny van De Beek, catches the interest of the Manchester United board.
The Red Devils has finally revealed their rekindled interest in signing Donny van De Beek, a player in the midfield department of the Ajax FC. Manchester United published in their weekly report that they’re keen on getting the Dutchman play for their team
The team’s midfield has turned out a little stronger since the signing of Bruno Fernandez. The commendable efforts of Paul Pogba, Mc. Tomminay and Fred before the veritable lockdown has also helped to pull some strength into the MUFC’s midfield.
Real Madrid were fontliners in the bid for the Dutchman but have not been keeping in touch due to the pandemic. This gave a chance to the MUFC see reasons to dig deep into sealing the deal for Donny van De Beek.
Ajax CEO, Edwin Van der Sar, who previously played for Manchester United, has also make proclamations that MUFC are interested in sealing a deal for the midfielder.
Donny van De Beek has made 118 featured appearance for Ajax and has overtime scored 28 goals for the team.
The Manchester United board also see Donny van De Beek as a fine replacement for Paul Pogba who by prospect is likely to leave the Old Trafford in 2020/2021