Girona Make Loan Enquiry For Manchester United’s Wantaway Midfielder To Boost Title Charge

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Donny van de Beek is on the radar of La Liga leaders Girona as they make loan enquiry for the Manchester United’s midfielder who is looking for a regular playing time although they face stiff competition from Frankfurt who are reportedly leading the race for his services.

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With three games remaining in La Liga before the halfway point, Girona leads the table by two points and as they are not getting ahead of themselves, they are also not lowering their goals. The majority still think that winning the championship will be tough but with a 12-point deficit to fifth place, winning European football seems doable.

The Blanquivermells appear to be planning a bold January transfer window with interest in Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek who was previously linked to Real Sociedad and also offered to Barcelona is probably going to go on loan this winter.

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According to Italian transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Girona is one of the teams interested in signing him although Girona are yet to meet up with Eintracht Frankfurt’s offer to his parents club as they are thought to be leading the race and also very keen on van de Beek.


Alphonso Davies, a star for Bayern Munich and Canada is someone Real Madrid has been hopeful they can sign next summer and the most recent reports are pointing in that direction.

Given that Ferland Mendy has struggled with fitness in recent seasons, Davies is thought to be the long-term solution at left back. Bayern and Davies have been in talks since the spring, but they are still at odds over a new contract.

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Davies’ current contract expires in 2025. Should Davies decline to sign a new deal, Bayern may decide to sell him in the summer to recoup some of his costs.

Real Madrid is counting on this exact scenario, and according to Florian Plettenberg, Davies’ demands for between €10 and €13 million annually are not at all in line with Bayern’s justification of his performances.

Real Madrid will probably win out if Bayern is unwilling to spend more than €10 million to retain Davies.

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