Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Crystal Palace are all interested in a potential deal to sign Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek.
Van de Beek has endured a nightmare period at Manchester United since signing for the club from Ajax three seasons ago, with the Dutchman unable to establish himself at Old Trafford.
The midfielder has started just 11 league fixtures across three seasons with the Red Devils and the arrival of former Ajax manager Erik ten Hag failed to improve his fortunes.
Fitness and form issues have prevented Van de Beek from making an impact and the 26-year-old is now exploring his options as he looks to move on from a torrid time in Manchester.
Several sides across Europe are considering a move for Van de Beek, with 90min reporting that Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Crystal Palace are monitoring his situation.
There is also interest from leading clubs in Italy, Spain and France, while Celtic have been named as a potential suitors on a loan deal.
Van de Beek arrived at Manchester United in a £35m deal with a growing reputation after impressing at Ajax, where he scored 41 goals in 175 appearances after progressing from the club’s academy system.
He will be keen to secure regular football and break back into the Netherland squad ahead of next summer’s European Championship, having not been capped for the national team since 2021.
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