Manchester United outcast Donny van de Beek is receiving help from his teammates to help him end his nightmare at Old Trafford.
The 24-year-old changed agents last week, and his Old Trafford teammates have reportedly convinced him to do so.
according to daily MailVan de Beek held discussions with players in the Manchester United dressing room after former actor Guido Albers failed to seal a transfer deal for him.
The Dutchman was close to joining Everton in the summer.
He has now hired the services of agent Ali Dorson whose clients include Van de Beek’s Red Devils teammate Victor Lindelof – and Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong.
The report goes on to add that Van de Beek had discussions with Everton once again regarding the January move.
It is also said that wolves are eager to bring the Dutchman to the West Midlands.
However, new agent Dorsson could try to spark interest elsewhere.
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SunSport exclusively revealed that Van de Beek had been seeking assurances from Manchester United chiefs over his future after he felt exiled by the club.
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And since his arrival for £40m from Ajax in the summer of 2020, he has started just four Premier League games.
Last month, Van de Beek was seen throwing gum in frustration after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer chose not to take him off the bench.
His lack of playing time means he has lost his place in the Dutch national team, and it is believed that he desperately needs a move in order to revive his international career.
Barcelona have also been linked with a Van de Beek transfer that would link him to former Ajax team-mate De Jong.
Reportedly, Italian giants Juventus would line up a move for him if Adrien Rabiot joined Newcastle.
The midfielder is rumored to have already had discussions with the old lady, which will see a meeting with another former Ajax teammate at Matejs de Ligt.
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