SHOCKING NEWS coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Eintracht Frankfurt are getting a better Donny van de Beek deal than initially reported, according to Fabrizio Romano.

German media claim that Eintracht Frankfurt is receiving a better deal for Donny van de Beek than was first reported.


At last, the Dutchman is leaving. The midfielder, who struggled with injuries and never really settled at Manchester United, will leave the team in January after agreeing to a loan deal with Bundesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt.

Despite interest from Lorient, Real Sociedad, and Serie A teams, Van van Beek had already expressed his desire to leave in the summer. As a result, the 26-year-old was forced to sit the majority of this season on the bench and watch from the stands.

Even though he has allegedly given the go-ahead for a move to Germany, there has still been some ambiguity due to his high salary at United and the specific financials of the transfer.

German media now contests Fabrizio Romano’s claim that the Eagles will pay a loan fee and that Frankfurt’s buy option will remain at €15 million in the summer, as he broke the story.

Is Van de Beek a good deal?
Florian Plettenberg of Sky Germany reports that the German team won’t be required to reimburse the Red Devils for a loan fee. Furthermore, he asserts that, astonishingly, at season’s end, the option to buy will be less than €10 million.

Man Utd will have lost a staggering €30 million if the deal is made permanent, as the Dutchman was originally signed by Ajax for €39 million in 2020.

Some people ridiculed Man United on social media after Plettenberg revealed the news, pointing out that the team has a history of performing poorly in recent seasons. A user on X stated: “In the summer, less than €10 million and no loan fee. Once more, United is being conned.”

One user, however, likened the deal to Naby Keita joining Bremen because of Van de Beek’s history of injuries. The injury-prone former Liverpool midfielder signed a free transfer to the Bundesliga team in the summer, but he has only played 80 minutes this season so far due to three separate fitness concerns.

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