Liverpool and Leeds in £21m fight as Van de Beek swap becomes possible

Arno Danjuma caught the eye against Manchester United and Liverpool will have to face the Premier League competition to sign the winger.

And! And! Prayer!
Diogo Dalot will not be happy to learn that the two Premier League clubs are tracking Arno Danjuma. The poor player faced a nightmare in front of the Villarreal winger in the middle of the week and may soon struggle to make any peace at all.

Liverpool was a well-known fan The scouts presumably left Old Trafford in awe on Wednesday. Manchester United’s closest rivals are clearly gloating as he has also intrigued Leeds.

They are “watching” Danjuma Add Football Insider The former Bournemouth player would still be considered “as they assess broad goals ahead with the potential to play at a high level in the Premier League”. They already have One of the best now.

Villarreal spent £21m on the Dutchman in the summer. Expect this rating to rise somewhat if Liverpool and Leeds pursue their favour.

Manchester United could probably do worse, but attacking is the situation least needed to work on. There is still a huge gap in the midfield so far Donny van de Beek “The Furious” He never seemed to be far from the first team feud.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sought to play down the matter The Dutchman is frustrated by not having to deliver against Villarreal but it is clear that there is still a problem. Van de Beek has captured 141 minutes in all competitions this season – only marginally more than Dan James.

An exit in January seems possible and Calciomercato advises “to take care of the path of Milan and Juventus”. they believe Serie A suits Van de Beek further. Italy “could really be the place to re-launch”.

With regard to Juventus, the departure of Aaron Ramsey will open up space for the team, while Milan may target Van de Beek in the event that Frank Kessie, Manchester United goal, Leaves.

Swap deal, anyone?

long shot
Sean Longstaff fell off Old Trafford’s radar like Newcastle Struggle to judge the rebounding ball. Everton retain their interest in both midfielder and teammate Allan Saint-Maximin.

Claims buried in Independent match preview From Tony Evans, who has described Longstaff as a “more likely short-term option” than Saint-Maximin, but says both will be monitored throughout January.

Longstaff looks like a realistic shot, although he’s back in the first team. Saint-Maximin would be hard to buy; He loves it there and Mike Ashley doesn’t seem to realize he can get a good hit on him just yet.


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