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Manchester United ready to pay 60% of player’s wages to get rid in January

In an effort to incorporate a buyout provision in any agreement for Donny van de Beek, Eintracht Frankfurt is now in talks with Manchester United over the midfield player.

This is in line with BILD’s assertion that “the talks are promising” and that the two sides are drawing nearer to an agreement.

According to reports this week, Frankfurt is considering a January transfer window deal for Van van Beek, who hasn’t played much for Manchester United this season.

BILD goes on to suggest that the German team “wants to strengthen” by signing the midfield player, and negotiations are currently taking place with United to secure his services.

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Manchester United ready to pay 60% of player’s wages to get rid in January

They claim that talks on a possible loan agreement are “getting closer and closer,” with Manchester United agreeing to pay about 60% of his annual salary of €7 million.

Frankfurt doesn’t want to alter their pay scale for the player, which is why.

Though Markus Krösche, the sports director of Eintracht, is “still fighting” to include a purchase clause in the agreement, negotiations are still ongoing. Van van Beek is currently valued at €10 million, however the amount of that clause is not stated.

Though Markus Krösche, the sports director of Eintracht, is “still fighting” to include a purchase clause in the agreement, negotiations are still ongoing. Van van Beek is currently valued at €10 million, however the amount of that clause is not stated.

The pressure to sign the Dutchman quickly stems from their desire for him to be signed in time for him to join the team for training on January 2nd, following the German winter break.

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