Donny van de Beek ‘looking for a way out’ of Manchester United next summer
Manchester United star Donny van de Beek will be ‘looking for a way out’ of the club in the upcoming transfer window, according to Spanish outlet Fichajes.net.
The Holland international has been a bit-part player at the Old Trafford side since his arrival in the summer of 2020. As a result, the midfielder is discontented and wants to leave the Red Devils next summer.
To that end, the 25-year-old is attracting interest from sides in the Bundesliga and Serie A. However, it remains to be seen where the former Ajax star’s future lies in the coming months.
Van de Beek made a name for himself at the Amsterdam-based club. Erik ten Hag was the one who developed the Holland international at De Godenzonen.
In the 2018/19 campaign, the 25-year-old made it to the semi-finals of the Champions League with the Eredivisie outfit. But they lost a thrilling two-legged tie to Tottenham Hotspur.
Unfortunately, Van de Beek has been unable to showcase his talent at United. The midfielder has struggled due to fitness issues and a lack of game time during his time in Manchester.
This season, with the arrival of Ten Hag, it was expected that the Holland international would be able to turn things around. However, his season was cut short after picking up an injury in January.
Casemiro and Christian Eriksen have been the Dutch manager’s preferred options in the midfield pivot. Bruno Fernandes has been the Red Devils’ go-to number 10 over the years. We also have Fred and Scott McTominay in our ranks for now.
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Therefore, it will seemingly once again be a challenging task for Van de Beek to make a place for himself in United’s team if he stays next season. Thus, it will be best for both parties if the 25-year-old ends his stint in Manchester.