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Eintracht Frankfurt is not Interested in £8.5 Million Release Clause of Donny van de Beek

Donny van de Beek (Via Premier League/Twitter)

Donny van de Beek’s loan spell at Eintracht Frankfurt seems destined to conclude as the club reportedly shows little interest in activating the £8.5 million clause to secure the Dutch midfielder permanently.

Van de Beek’s move to Frankfurt in January was anticipated to provide him with a platform to rejuvenate his career after facing challenges in making an impact at Manchester United following his transfer from Ajax Amsterdam.

However, according to Bild, Frankfurt appears hesitant to commit to a permanent deal due to Van de Beek’s underwhelming performances during his loan stint.

Donny van de Beek (Via Eredivisie/Twitter)

Consequently, the likelihood of him remaining at the club beyond his loan term seems slim, suggesting a return to Old Trafford for the player in the summer.

Despite Frankfurt’s initial optimism regarding Van de Beek’s arrival, his contributions on the field have failed to meet expectations. Despite being granted numerous opportunities by Frankfurt manager Dino Toppmöller, the midfielder has struggled to seize them.

His diminishing role in the squad is evident from his exclusion from the Europa Conference League squad this season, underscoring the disappointment surrounding his performances and prompting the club to reassess their long-term plans for him.

Eintracht Frankfurt (Via Getty Images)

Van de Beek’s limited game time in Germany, featuring in only four starts since joining Frankfurt, highlights his struggles to make a significant impact.

As uncertainty looms over his future, his potential return to Manchester United adds complexity to the club’s transfer strategy for the upcoming season.

The situation represents a setback for both Van de Beek and the clubs involved, who had hoped for a more fruitful loan spell at Eintracht Frankfurt.

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