£40 million Manchester United flop wanted by Turkish giants in winter move The Hard Tackle

According to a report by Fichajes, Galatasaray are keen on having Donny van de Beek in their ranks. The Turkish club are looking to further bolster their squad in the winter transfer window, and they have their eyes set on the Manchester United midfielder.

Donny van de Beek came through the ranks at Ajax and made quite a name for himself. His impressive performances for the Dutch club resulted in a move to Manchester United in the summer of 2020. While he was expected to slowly establish himself as a first-team regular, the move to the English club has not gone according to plan.

The Dutch international has not been able to get going since joining the Red Devils. He has struggled and has not had enough first-team minutes. The 26-year-old was also subject to a loan move to Everton back in the day.

Things were expected to change after the arrival of Erik ten Hag last summer. But, even that has not happened, and the former Ajax player is no longer an important part of their first team. While he has a contract until the summer of 2025, Manchester United are ready to part ways with him. They have been looking for potential suitors for the Dutch midfielder for a while now.

Despite not playing regular first-team football, van de Beek is still on the radar of a few clubs. Inter Milan and Real Sociedad are two teams interested in the 26-year-old. Meanwhile, there is another interesting alternative in Galatasaray.

The Turkish club have signed quite a few star players of late, and they are looking to further bolster their squad in the winter transfer window. They have had a decent start to the season, but they do feel the need for further reinforcement in the centre of the park.

They are ready to push for the services of van de Beek in the winter transfer window. The Turkish club are willing to offer him a way to revive his career and have regular first-team football. While there are other clubs interested, the Turkish giants could be a great alternative for the 26-year-old.

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