Wednesday, February 28, 2024

OFFICIAL! Eintracht Frankfurt UNVEILS Donny van de Beek

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Eintracht Frankfurt has unveiled a new signing Donny van de Beek from Manchester United, MySportDab reports.

The Netherlands midfielder have officially completed the move which became public today via the media.

Donny van de Beek is now a player for Eintracht Frankfurt after completing his long awaited move to Germany.

His time at Manchester United have been frustrating with nothing tangible coming from his entire stay which led to this move.

He once spent time with Everton where he impressed before a return back to Old Trafford where things still did not change for him.

Van de Beek have done well for himself after recovering from a recent injury which he request for a move elsewhere.

Eintracht Frankfurt made official announcement unveiling the player as a new signing who join them on a loan move until end of the season.

His move is not attached with a permanent option which would have been activated depending on how the loan move work out before ending.

Although there is also a certain clause which could see the move become permanent for a little fee being requested by Manchester United.

A few around €11 million plus €3 million in addon is the price being asked if the deal would be made permanent for the German side.

The Bundesliga club is expected to pay a small amount on wages from their end while Manchester United cover others until end of the loan move.

Donny van de Beek will be hoping he can earn his place back into playing regularly with the Euro 2024 Championship around the corner.

His performance will be the key factor as he aim to establish himself once again after falling off the ladder since making the move from Ajax.

Donny van de Beek will spend the remainder of 2023/2024 season on loan with Frankfurt before returning back to Manchester United.

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