Manchester United will put Donny Van de Beek and Nemanja Matic up for sale in January transfer window in order to raise funds for the signing of England International, Declan Rice.
Donny Van de Beek has struggled for game time since he was signed in 2020 and has been pushing for a move lately. The Dutch international wants to play every week as 2022 world cup moves closer while Nemanja Matic is now 33 years old and the old Trafford side want to get him off their wage bill.
Paul Pogba is now interested in signing a new deal at Old Trafford which will make him one of the highest earners in English top flight football and Declan Rice bid would be launched either in winter or summer transfer window.
West Ham United are unwilling to sell Rice but a bid of 90 million pounds will prove irresistable for the Harmers. And according to Daily Express, an official approach for the 22 year old now looks set.
Donny Van de Beek move to Everton failed during the summer but the club heirachy could cash in on him in January as they look to recoup at least 20 million pounds from any potential deal.
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