Earlier today, reported Donny van de Beek has asked to leave Manchester United in January.

It was also explained AC Milan will ty to sign the midfielder when the transfer window reopens next year.

Calciomercato now state Juventus and Inter Milan are also interested in the 24-year-old, who has made a handful of starts since moving to Old Trafford from Ajax in 2020.

It’s explained the player and the Red Devils are ‘at the end credits’ and the Dutchman’s agent has been ‘working hard for weeks’ to study an exit plan in the winter market.

United paid in excess of €40m for the Netherlands international and would be looking to recoup part of the investment they made last year. That, however, as per the report, seems ‘almost impossible’.

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Juve, who made a concrete attempt to sign Van de Beek in 2019, are ‘very attentive’ to his situation at United. The Old Lady are ‘waiting for interesting signals’ from the English club.

Van de Beek’s compatriot Matthijs de Ligt will ‘test the waters’ with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s man over a possible transfer to Juve. The Turin club are open to taking him on loan with right of redemption, but AS Monaco’s Aurélien Tchouaméni remains their priority target.

Inter made contacts and one has to wait for a few months to find out whether the interest will be converted into a transfer negotiations.

Both Juve and Inter are in the picture for the United player. He wants to change clubs and Calciomercato say ‘Serie A can be the perfect solution’ for him.