Milan and Juventus on alert as €47m man becomes angry with situation at Man Utd

By Oliver Fisher -

Donny van de Beek looks set to leave Manchester United in the coming months and AC Milan have been named as a potential destination. recalls that the Dutch midfielder has played only 45 minutes in the Champions League and just 6 minutes in the Premier League, leading to suggestions that he is unhappy about his situation and could look for it to change.

The player is really losing patience with his treatment and that is why a January exit now seems ‘easy to assume’, with a long list of teams ready to give him an opportunity.

The report mentions that Van de Beek could be the right profile for Milan, who have to deal with the possible departure of Franck Kessie, while Juventus are still looking for quality in the midfield and are monitoring things too. However, other leads cannot be excluded, such as a move to LaLiga.

United ended up paying Ajax £35m plus a potential £5m in bonuses for Van de Beek, which equates to around €47m.

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    1. Lol, 45mm van de Beek with three years left on his contract is not going to be traded for a player worth 10mm by January at most. Milan will need to make up any balance with cash, and they don’t have it right now, and won’t have it until CL qualification is achieved again. Plus his salary is already at the limit and to come to Milan he will probably ask for a raise. Furthermore, it would stun the developmet of Pobega and Adli, or are we now going to forget them because we’re going to start signing overpriced players again?

  1. 100% agree with you GreekVanBasten i never was a fan of kessie even before the whole contract thing but really liked wen van de Beek played for Ajax and would like to see some dutch blood in AC Milan team like we had before with names like Van Basten,Seedorf,Gullit,Rijkaard,Stam!

    1. Hey Piru. Don’t forget Bogarde or Urby Emanuelson. Not all Dutch players at Milan were as legendary as those names you mentioned.

      But I agree if we can get a swap deal for Kessie in Jan, let’s take it, put this contract saga behind us.

    1. If he agrees to keep it at 6 then swap for Kessie is a win. We will get a player valuable 47 million and we can always sell him to cover salary expenses.

  2. Good player indeed with huge potentials!
    A swap with Kessie sounds delightful.
    The guy clearly wants to play so he may even consider a salary cut; you never know…

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