The Wolves are keeping an eye on an expulsion from Manchester United in January

The Wolves are keeping an eye on an expulsion from Manchester United in January

Wolves bloom under Bruno Lage

After a worrying start, the Wolves have solidly found their legs under new manager Bruno Lage.

The Midlands outfit has won three and drawn one of their last five matches, and their high-intensity press style has drawn fans up and down the country. For fans who watch, it is far from the counter-attacking football that brought them success under former boss Nuno Espirito Santo.

Lage’s team, however, is somewhat short in the central midfield. At present, the options stand with Leandro Dendonker, Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves, with an injury to one or more leaving the page in a patch of genes.

But have they found a solution?

Low eyes on Van De Beek swoop

Donny Van De Beek joined Manchester United from Ajax 18 months ago but has never really had a fair chance to demonstrate his talents. Transferred to the bench for the most part, ESPN reports that he is one of several United players who have become “frustrated” over their playing time, despite being promised more this summer.

Should this not change, the Dutchman is eager to revitalize his career with a switch from Old Trafford in January, although it is unclear whether it is on loan or permanent.

Now, according to the Birmingham Mail, Wolves could be an unlikely destination for the 24-year-old, who claims that:

“Wolverhampton Wanderers could complete a January coup by signing Donny van de Beek from Manchester United.”

With the current opportunities in the central midfield still heavily dependent on the timeless Joao Moutinho, giving Van De Beek out of Old Trafford may prove to be a brilliant feature of the Wolves hierarchy, as he undoubtedly wants plenty to do. prove to his former employers.

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This article was edited by
Josh Barker.

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