Wolves ‘hold talks’ with Manchester United’s outcasts ahead of loan transfer in January

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been linked with a shocking January loan to Manchester United flop Donny van de Beek.

The Dutchman, who was signed for £ 35 million last September, is desperate to get out at Old Trafford, knowing he has only played six minutes in the Premier League this season.

As reported in the Daily Mail, van de Beek, 24, has recently changed agent and has signed up with Ali Dursan, who also cares for United team-mate Victor Lindelof.

It is believed that the change of agent is due to van de Beek wanting to secure a change in the upcoming transfer window in January.

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Bruno Lages Wolves are said to be one of the clubs interested in taking the former Ajax man on loan, while Everton also remain keen on both clubs being said to have staged initial talks on a potential deal for the van. Beek.

Lage, meanwhile, will be eager to add to his midfield division, while van de Beek will bring some much-needed creativity with Ruben Neves, Leander Dendoncker and Joao Moutinho all largely like-for-like.


This summer, the Portuguese missed the central midfield duo Renato Sanches and Boubacar Kamara from Lille and Marseille respectively.

Lage said earlier about potential deals: “We’re looking for everything, but what I’m not looking for is for players to just come and fill the squad – the ones I do not want.

“We need to have two or three more players to get more competition, guys who come to help us.”

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