NEWCASTLE, Everton and Wolves are in a three-way tussle to sign wantaway Manchester United ace Donny van de Beek, reports say.
The midfielder has been wasted on the bench for the most part of this season
And according to Algemeen Dagblad, the three Premier League clubs having been holding talks over the prospects of signing Van De Beek.
Van de Beek’s situation at United has got ‘more and more hopeless’ having failed to impress interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
However, with the Dutchman in the middle of a fight between two agents, a January move could be off the cards.
Former agent Guido Albers’ failed attempt to seal a move away from Old Trafford in the summer saw Van De Beek attempt to switch agents.
Van De Beek tried to team up with Ali Dursun, who manages the likes of Frenkie de Jong and Victor Lindelof as well as other top stars.
But he is tied to Albers until July thanks to a contract signed
If a move is secured in the winter window Albers could make commission despite the dispute.
United may also look to block a Van De Beek exit, with the midfielder seen as useful player to have in and around the squad.