Donny van de Beek, Manchester United midfielder, is expected to meet with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before the start of next season. Van van Beek has had a rough first season at Old Trafford. After originally seeming to be a promising summer purchase from Ajax last season. He only appeared in a handful of games for the Red Devils.
According to the Telegraph, the Netherlands international wants to talk about his place in Solskjaer’s first team ahead of next season’s start. It will be intriguing to watch how things progress. Van van Beek’s skill suggests he doesn’t want to stay at Man Utd if he isn’t playing consistently. He could easily command a starting berth at several other large teams.
The United career of the Dutchman has yet to take off. He’s been relegated to the bench, with no apparent path to making a lasting impact on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Since United lavished the cash on the Ajax star, the 23-year-old has only played 300 minutes in the Premier League. They has only started two top-flight games.
Van de Beek was brought in because his previous club anticipated Paul Pogba to go, says Gary Neville. But the World Cup winner has made a comeback and has become a crucial player for Solskjaer. Gary Neville is former United defender.
Not only has Pogba’s comeback been a challenge for Van de Beek, but so has Scott McTominay’s superb performance in the center of the park.