Manchester United have been looking for a way out for Van De Beek for months and Real Sociedad are the team that have shown the most interest in the Dutch footballer in the summer market
After several seasons in which Manchester United’s €39m payout in 2020 was unjustified, The English club is negotiating with the real company the assignment of vandebeek. Both clubs were close to reaching an agreement, however in recent weeks an agreement has not been possible due to differences between the clubs over the purchase option.
The operation would be completed by a transfer, however both clubs are discussing the mandatory nature of the end-of-season purchase option. While the Old Trafford club would like it to be mandatory, the San Sebastian would like it to be optional. That’s the main difference, though Van De Beek wants to end the summer in the Real Sociedad shirt.
Van De Beek only wants to play for Real Sociedad
After being unsuccessfully loaned to Everton, Van De Beek wants to leave English football. A football that doesn’t fully adapt to his conditions as a player and in which he never managed to perform as he did at Ajax. That’s why he now wants to try his hand at Spanish football, which suits his style of play much better.
As we commented Van de Beek’s number one goal is to complete Real Sociedad’s signing in the summer. It won’t be easy, because negotiations between the two clubs are currently on hold. However, both parties are expected to meet again in the coming week to make further progress.
Real Sociedad’s bad moment speeds signing up
One of the reasons that can accelerate the signing of Van De Beek It is the current situation of the team. In the three league games played so far, they have not been able to win and only have three points in their account. That’s why Real Sociedad had emergencies that they wanted to solve through the transfer market.
Time is playing against Manchester United, which must allow Real Sociedad’s option to buy Van De Beek is not mandatory at the end of the season. Something that would eventually unlock one Company where Roberto Olabe has been working for several weeks. It remains to be seen whether that will succeed, but everything indicates that the Dutchman will end up in San Sebastián sooner rather than later.
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