Man Utd reject Donny van de Beek transfer clause as Dutchman’s future hangs in balance

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Donny van der Beek seems set to end his Manchester United nightmare by moving to Everton on loan. However, the Red Devils are clearly not giving up on him yet

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Donny van der Beek appears to still have a Manchester United future, as Everton reportedly refused to offer him an option to purchase.

Despite looking set to head for Crystal Palace, Old Trafford’s outcast appears to be on the verge if joining the Toffees during the remaining season.

According to reports, the Dutchman chose Goodison Park to be his preferred location on Sunday. This is despite suggestions that Frank Lampard, the new manager, tried to sign the midfielder.

Van de Beek, who was not used at all by United this season, looks set to get his wish to end his Manchester nightmare.

The Daily MailEverton’s proposal to include a clause in the loan deal for the midfielder, which would have allowed the Merseysiders purchase of him if he impressed during the second part of the campaign, was rejected by Everton.

Van de Beek was denied a Premier League start by United this term. However, the club believes that he will still play a role in their future. Lampard is one of the best midfielders the league has ever seen and it is hoped that Lampard’s game-time will prove to be of great benefit.

The 24-year-old has been waiting for this moment since last summer when a deal to move to Goodison Park fell through. This led to the resignation of his agent.

This time around, it appears as though negotiations have been far more successful, with Everton reportedly willing to pay a £500,000 loan fee and cover all of the player’s £100,000-per-week wages.

Van de Beek joined United in a high-profile £40million move from Ajax in the summer of 2020, but despite recently raking up his 50th appearance for the club, has seen a mere 579 minutes of Premier League action across two seasons, which equates to fewer than seven full matches.

After Ralf Rangnick’s remarks a few months ago, it appeared that Van de Beek was going to be once more angry at Old Trafford for refusing another move.

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United’s interim manager stated his desire to retain the Dutchman. However, with the Everton loan agreement nearing its close, the German seemed to have had a change in heart.

“I’m glad to have him in the squad,”Rangnick recently spoke of Van de Beek. “He’s always performing on a high level in training.

“He said that he had a conversation with me two weeks ago, after we trained exactly about that.

“I told him I would advise him to stay until the end of the season.

“Then, of course, with the World Cup coming up in winter, he wants to play in the World Cup for his country and Louis van Gaal obviously told him that in order to be a regular starter for the World Cup, he needs to regularly play for his team.

“I can understand his desire to play, on the other hand, we have a lot of competition in our squad in exactly those positions.”