Wolves are interested in a loan deal for Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek.
According to the Daily Mail, Wolves and Everton have held talks over the Dutchman’s future in January.
That was before van de Beek changed agent, however.
He used to be represented by Guido Albers but has now switched to Ali Dursun.
Van de Beek joined United in September 2020 and came to England with a big reputation.
At the time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called him ‘excellent’ according to United’s official website.
That has been echoed by former Dutch manager Bert van Marwijk, in his De Telegraaf column.
“Donny van den Beek is an excellent football player. He has excellent technique and despite his young age, he already has the insight to usually make the right choices. He also has a great running ability.”
Van de Beek has only made four Premier League starts since joining United and the report says he is desperate for a January move.
As well as the change of agent, another potential complicating factor is Solskjaer’s job security.
Between now and January, United could well change their manager and the new boss may be a bigger fan of van de Beek.
The competition from Everton is also a factor, but van de Beek would be a quality addition to Wolves’ midfield options.
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