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Wednesday Night Transfer News: DONE DEALS, Ndidi, Messi, Ashley Young, Van de Beek, Bellerin

Man Utd blocked Van de Beek move in January

Manchester United vetoed a potential loan move for Donny van de Beek in the January window, according to Fabrizio Romano (per the Express). The Netherlands international has struggled for first-team minutes since arriving from Old Trafford, but United were determined to keep him at the club despite interest elsewhere.


'BARCA MUST SELL PLAYERS TO KEEP MESSI'

Barcelona need to sell players this summer if they are to retain Lionel Messi on a new contract after the club saw their salary cap lowered by La Liga, says Spanish football expert Pete Jenson.


Young sets sights on dream Watford return

Former Manchester United star Ashley Young is determined to move back to first club Watford, reports the Mirror. The 35-year-old wants to crown his stay at Inter with the Serie A title before rejoining the Hornets on a free transfer in June.


Adams advises Arsenal to sell Bellerin and Soares

Tony Adams has advised Arsenal to sell Hector Bellerin and Cedric Soares. The Gunners legend told Stadium Astro of the defensive duo: "If you’re bringing players in who are a lesser standard, you don’t get someone that’s less than what you’ve got.

"Cedric, is he better than Bellerin? Have you made an improvement there? Take it or leave it.

"Or are you telling me we need two? Get rid of two and get a good one! That would be the opinion that I would have."


Man United fans would prefer Wilfred Ndidi to Eduardo Camavinga

Manchester United fans do not want the club to go all out to sign midfielder Eduardo Camavinga this summer. The Rennes midfielder is expected to cost around €50-€60 million. United fans on The Peoples Person Facebook page asked whether the club to launch a bid for Wilfred Ndidi which is a better option with Premier League experience.


DONE DEALS

OFFICIAL: HANNAM SIGNS NEW PALACE DEAL

Crystal Palace defender Reece Hannam has signed a contract extension that now runs until June 2023, with the option to extend by a further year. Left-back Hannam, 20, recently featured as an unused substitute for the Premier League clash with Fulham.


OFFICIAL: Rapids sign Yapi to homegrown contract

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