Arsenal reportedly ask Manchester United to keep them updated on Donny van de Beek's situation at the club after the Dutchman endured a torrid 2020-21 season.
Arsenal have reportedly made contact with Manchester United over Donny van de Beek's situation at the club.
The former Ajax man had a first season to forget at Old Trafford during the 2020-21 campaign, during which he featured 36 times across all competitions but only started four Premier League games.
Van de Beek is already being linked with an exit from the club as a result, and he is supposedly set to hold crunch talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his future this summer.
Should the Dutchman decide to seek pastures new after just one season at the club, 90Min reports that Arsenal have touched base with Man United with a view to a possible deal.
The Gunners are in the market for a new creative midfielder after missing out on Emiliano Buendia, but a permanent move for Real Madrid's Martin Odegaard is understood to be Mikel Arteta's priority.
A groin injury meant that Van de Beek was forced to withdraw from the Netherlands' squad for Euro 2020, and he remains contracted to Man United for another four years.
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