Man Utd News: Donny van der Beek’s future as Paul Pogba is set for another chance


Manchester United loaned Donny van der Beek to Everton as a loan deal on transfer deadline day. Paul Pogba could then be welcome back in the first-team squad after an injury.

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Each transfer transaction completed before the deadline

Paul Pogba could return to Manchester United’s first-team in Friday’s FA Cup match against Middlesbrough.

Pogba, who was injured on international duty with France in November and has not played since then, has returned to full training.

The future of the Old Trafford midfielder is not clear. His contract is due to expire this summer. However, reports suggest that he could still stay at Old Trafford if Ralf Rangnick is appointed permanent manager.

This is the news that Donny van der Beek, a Dutch midfielder, has signed a loan deal with Everton until the end of the current season. The terms of the deal give hints about his future.

It is possible that the club might have an opportunity to bring Mauricio Puchettino to their club sooner than anticipated.

These are the details Mirror Football’s The latest Manchester United headlines.

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Pochettino opening

Manchester United could have an opening for Mauricio Puchettino, their next permanent manager.

The Argentinian is in charge of Neymar at Paris Saint Germain, Kylian Mabappe and Lionel Messi at Paris Saint Germain. He has also been heavily connected to Old Trafford’s top job.

However, Pochettino’s team were beaten by Nice in penalties on Monday and his future is uncertain.

The complete story is available here.

Pogba’s Chance

Paul Pogba might be given the opportunity to revive his Manchester United career by starting against Middlesbrough Friday night.

Although the Frenchman was expected to leave at the conclusion of the season, reports suggest Ralf Rangnick could convince him to stay.

Pogba may find some encouragement after United’s team news from the FA CUP tie, which was made possible by a lengthy injury spell.

The complete story is available here.

Van de Beek’s future hint

Donny van den Beek may have lost his future plans due to the terms of his loan move from Everton.

The former Ajax midfielder has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford since his £35million move in 2020.

United has loaned him out for the rest of the season to get some much-needed football.

Frank Lampard signed Frank the Dutchman when he joined Goodison Park, making him the first Everton signing.

The complete story is available here.

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