Man Utd make loan decision on Dutchman
Manchester United are prepared to send Donny van de Beek on loan amid interest from Fenerbahce and Galatasaray.
The Red Devils were hoping to offload the Dutchman on a permanent basis this summer, but did not receive suitable bids.
Real Sociedad were one of the clubs interested in signing him, but United wanted a loan deal with an obligation to buy.
It is now reported that the club are prepared to part ways with him on a temporary basis with interest from Turkey.
Galatasaray expressed an interest last week, but they are set to face competition from rivals Fenerbahce for him.
Van de Beek has had a tremendous downfall in his club career since joining the Red Devils from Ajax three years ago.
He has simply failed to adapt to the Premier League's intensity and needs to leave the league to change his fortunes.
United could benefit from a positive loan stint. They could sell him for a decent transfer fee during next summer.