It promises to be an intriguing last few days in the January transfer window for Manchester United.
Anthony Martial has already departed on loan to Sevilla, having landed in Andalusia late on Tuesday afternoon.
With six days still to go, there could well be some more movement from the Red Devils point of view.
Jesse Lingard, Dean Henderson and Donny van de Beek are three more players that are thought to be unhappy with their lot under Ralf Rangnick.
Whilst any moves for the trio are yet to come to fruition, it appears that United’s attitude at least towards van de Beek is thawing.
According to Sky Sports, the hierarchy will allow the player to leave on loan until the summer, but only if they consider the deal to be right in both a financial and playing sense.
The Dutchman will be expected back at the club in the summer when it’s expected that a new manager will take over the reins from Rangnick.
If that happened to be Erik ten Hag, van de Beek’s former manager at Ajax, he could see his Man United career sky rocket from next season.
In the meantime, it’s clear that it would be best for all parties if he were allowed to move on and get the game time that his obvious talent deserves.