Date: 4th February 2024 at 1:53pm
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Manchester United will be hoping to build on their dramatic win over Wolves when they face West Ham United on Sunday. 

The Red Devils left it late to beat Wolves at Molineux, with Kobbie Mainoo’s goal deep into added time earning Erik ten Hag’s side all three points.

United were one of several Premier League clubs that were unusually quiet during the January transfer window, with no notable new arrivals at Old Trafford.

One player that was on the move was midfielder Donny van de Beek, who joined German side Eintracht Frankfurt on loan from the Red Devils.

The Dutchman had endured a nightmare spell in Manchester having joined from Ajax in 2020, but it now appears that his move to Germany hasn’t gone to plan so far.

According to German outlet BILD via The Sun, the midfielder has been left out of Frankfurt’s squad for the knockout stages of the Europa League.

Van de Beek, 26, has made just 62 appearances for United across all competitions since arriving in England, and spent an unsuccessful spell on loan at Everton in 2022.

Van de Beek has been handed another set back

Since moving to Germany, the Dutchman has made three successful starts in the Bundesliga but wasn’t involved in their 2-0 defeat to Koln last time out.

The report claims that the player won’t be involved in Frankfurt’s Europa League campaign, which will undoubtedly further frustrate the midfielder.

Prior to his most recent loan move, Van de Beek had made just two appearances for United this term, totalling just two minutes in the Premier League.

The Netherlands international’s current contract is set to expire in the summer of 2025.

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