Manchester United are close to signing Donny Van De Beek from Ajax, as per report.
The box-to-box midfielder helped the Amsterdam side reached Champions League semi-finals a year ago and has been connected with an high profile moves.
Ajax boss said there had been developments with respect to Donny Van De Beek’s future after the player was obvious by his absence from the squad for Saturday’s well friendly against Eintracht Frankfurt.
It is perceived Manchester United have since gained ground and are near agreeing terms with both club and player.
Donny Van De Beek would be Manchester United’s first signing of the summer.
Donny Van De Beek has been vigorously rumoured to be on his way to Real Madrid before the coronavirus episode, scored four goals in Ajax’s raced to the 2018-19 Champions League semi-finals and 40 in all competitions in the course of the last three seasons.
Ajax CEO Edwin Van Der Sar has allegedly affirmed Donny Van De Beek will be permitted to leave Amsterdam this summer, but the ex-Manchester United goalkeeper demanded in June that it would not be in a cut-price deal.