Van de Beek has struggled to break into the first-team at United and Juventus is now keen to bring him to Turin next summer with an initial loan move.
Donny Van de Beek’s future in United looks uncertain with reports linking the midfielder with a summer move to Juventus.
After procuring a move from Ajax, the midfielder has struggled for game-time under Solskjaer having featured in 86 minutes of Premier League football season.
However, according to “CalcioMercato”, Juventus are already considering a reunion with the Dutch-international team-mate Matthijs de Ligt.
The reports still claim that while the Italian champions think of a move in January, it is however unlikely although chief football officer Fabio Paratici would be keen to arrange a loan move with a £30 million option to buy at the end of the deal.
Additionally, given the reported good relations between the clubs, the Turin side would also be open to a possible player swap.