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'In the next hours/days': Fabrizio Romano has a fresh update about Donny van de Beek

Manchester United midfielder and reported Crystal Palace target Donny van de Beek will decide where to go on loan in the “next hours/days”.

This is according to Fabrizio Romano, who took to Twitter on Tuesday night with an update on the Red Devils and Netherlands ace.

Van de Beek has been struggling for game time at Old Trafford. He is now reportedly in the sights of Eagles boss Patrick Vieira.

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The Dutchman has also been linked with Arsenal, Newcastle United, Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers in recent weeks.

90Min recently claimed that Manchester United aren’t willing to loan him to the Gunners as they’re direct top-four rivals.

Meanwhile, the Manchester Evening News claimed the Red Devils sounded Newcastle out over taking Van de Beek until the summer.

And according to Algemeen Dagblad – via The Sun – Newcastle, Everton and Wolves have all been holding talks over landing the 24-year-old.

Now, according to Romano, Van de Beek will be making his decision.

He claims Palace are ‘pushing’ and ‘Vieira’s the man who wants him’, but ‘many clubs are interested’.

Van de Beek has an ‘important decision’ to make and will take his time, suggested Romano.

Van de Beek joined the Red Devils to much fanfare in a £39million move from Ajax in 2020.

However, he has been a largely peripheral figure under both Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

This is despite a goalscoring debut for the club, which incidentally came against Palace.

Van de Beek has had just 380 minutes of action this season.

And he has not started a game in the Premier League this term.

Van de Beek has just two goals and two assists to his name in 50 Manchester United appearances.

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