Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is in contact with several European clubs, according to 90min.
The Netherlands international has had a difficult time with the Red Devils, and he has made just 60 appearances in three years.
Out of those, the vast majority have come off the bench. It seems unlikely that he will revive his career with the club.
It is now reported that Van de Beek is in contact with several clubs in Europe. His agent is discussing with them.
In Italy, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Roma are keen while Nice and Marseille are also keeping tabs from Ligue 1.Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Wolverhampton Wanderers are among Premier League sides in the mix.
Van de Beek has just returned after a long-term knee injury, and it is most likely that he could be loaned out next term.
United could accept a similar proposal, but could demand a buy obligation if Van de Beek plays a certain number of games.