Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is on the verge of joining Eintracht Frankfurt on loan until the end of the season with a buy option clause though not mandatory.

It is understood that the value of buy option will be €15m total potential package with add-ons included. Eintracht will also pay a loan fee to Man United which is yet to be revealed.

The Dutchman has endured a difficult spell at Old Trafford after his move from Ajax back in 2020.The Dutchman has failed to string together a run of positive form, increasingly hampered by injury, and dropping out of the plans of a succession of managers.

A reunion with his former Eredivise boss Erik ten Hag has thus far been unable to reignite his career, and over the three seasons since joining the Red Devils, Van de Beek has made just six Premier League starts.

This season, Van de Beek has played 21 minutes of football across all competitions, and admitted in November that he was bouncing to play matches.

The 26-year-old hinted about the possibility of a move away from the club in a bid to reinvent himself, which he claimed he was prepared to do if not at Man United then at another club.

“I think I have to be ambitious, I have always been a lover of the game. I am absolutely crazy about football. I earn a good living at United, but money is not my motivation. I want to enjoy my work every day.”He said.


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