Man United transfer news now today: Manchester United’s interim boss Ralf Rangnick could reportedly offload Dean Henderson and Donny Van De Beek in January as per the report in English outlet The Telegraph.
The England international hasn’t been able to break into the first eleven due to a great display from the first-choice keeper David De Gea so far this season. And given the recent performances from the Spaniard, it will not be easy for the 24-years-old to become the first choice keeper at the Old Trafford club anytime soon.
On the other hand, the Dutch midfielder has also struggled to find regular first-team action at the Old Trafford stadium since joining the club and the Netherlands international has reportedly been frustrated with the lack of game time and wants to relocate his future away from the record Premier League champions.
According to the report, Manchester United are stacked with talented players at the moment and due to that, the German boss will be looking to trim down the squad in January and as per the report in The Telegraph, the 63-year-old has indicated that Dean Henderson and Donny Van De Beek could be the two possible names who might be shown the exit door.
Man United transfer news now today: Should Manchester United sell Donny Van De Beek and Dean Henderson in January?
Man United transfer news now today: Cashing in on Dean Henderson could be a shrewd decision from Manchester United, given the keeper’s current situation at the squad and the Red Devils might generate hefty cash from the Englishman’s sale.
However, offloading Donny Van De Beek would be a bad decision by the interim boss Ralf Rangnick. The Red Devils do not have many quality midfielders at their disposal at the moment and offloading a talented player like the 24-years-old could create a hole in the middle of the park, given Paul Pogba’s future is still hanging in the air and the German boss previously expressed that the Frenchman does not fit into his style of play.
Van de Beek has the necessary attributes to establish himself as an integral part of the German boss’ system as the midfielder has already played in a high-pressing system at Ajax Amsterdam. So, he could be a perfect midfield option for Rangnick.
Therefore, keeping the Dutchman at the club will help the German tactician to implement his counter-pressing system and play direct football with the help of the 24-years-old’s passing abilities. So, it will be interesting to see what the German boss will decide about the aforementioned two players’ future.