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“Medical is finished”: Florian Plettenberg gives a major Man Utd update on the €39 million player

Manchester United’s midfielder, Donny van de Beek, has successfully undergone a medical examination in preparation for his imminent loan move to Eintracht Frankfurt, as reported by Florian Plettenberg.

This season, under manager Erik ten Hag, the Dutchman has found it difficult to get consistent playing time and has only played less than thirty minutes in all competitions. He is considered a fringe player.

Van van Beek’s loan arrival to Frankfurt with a buyout clause was formally revealed last week.

Plettenberg expects a formal announcement of the contract later this week, even if certain minor aspects of the agreement are still awaiting clarification between the clubs. The medical evaluation went off without a hitch.

Van van Beek, who was highly acclaimed when he joined Manchester United for €39 million from Ajax three years ago, is about to leave the team after a difficult three years.

With just two goals and two assists in 62 games, he has failed to make a major impression in the Premier League despite early anticipation that he would establish himself as a key figure in the number eight position.

Van van Beek has the chance to revitalize his career with his move to Eintracht Frankfurt in the German Bundesliga. He will play there on loan with a €10 million buyout option available to the club next summer.

Manchester United will be watching him closely in the hopes that he can convince them to activate the purchase clause.

Along with Van van Beek’s departure, there has been talk of other Manchester United players leaving in January. These players include Jadon Sancho, who has been linked to returning to Borussia Dortmund after a falling out with boss, and Anthony Martial, whose contract expires at the end of the current campaign.

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