The midfielder has been told he can leave by Manchester United and is not part of Erik ten Hag&aposs plans. Real Sociedad had shown an interest earlier in the window but a move didn&apost materialise.
That&aposs left Van de Beek with very few options with most windows in Europe now closing. However, there could still be a way for him to secure first-team football.
The Turkish transfer window doesn&apost shut until September 15 and Football Insider report that two of their biggest clubs want Van de Beek. They have less than a week to strike a deal with United if they wish to do so.
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Elsewhere, Fulham could reignite a push to sign Scott McTominay when the January transfer window opens. That&aposs if Joao Palhinha joins Bayern Munich.
The Portuguese midfielder looked destined to join the German champions on transfer deadline day but a deal collapsed. The Cottagers didn&apost want to lose Palhinha and couldn&apost find a replacement.