Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can be reluctant to let Donny van de Beek depart Manchester United in January even when the midfielder’s prospects at Previous Trafford don’t enhance, sources have instructed ESPN.
Van de Beek has began two of United’s 10 video games to this point this season and has performed simply 5 minutes within the Premier League. The dearth of enjoying time has price the 24-year-old his place in Louis van Gaal’s newest Netherlands squad — prompting additional hypothesis the previous Ajax man may look to maneuver within the January switch window after a proposed transfer to Everton collapsed on deadline day.
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Sources have instructed ESPN that Solskjaer is ready for Van de Beek to push to go away in January if he continues to be neglected, however the Norwegian is eager to maintain his squad collectively for your complete season earlier than making choices on fringe gamers subsequent summer time.
Solskjaer has admitted privately he “overplayed” key gamers on the finish of final season and needs to keep away from an identical scenario this time period. Van de Beek and different squad gamers have been assured there can be sufficient video games to go round this season however there may be an acceptance that the early exit from the Carabao Cup has made it tougher.
Van de Beek began 15 video games final season — his first in England following a £40 million transfer from Ajax in 2020 — with seven coming in both the Carabao Cup or FA Cup. He has began solely 4 leagues since his arrival practically 14 months in the past.
The pair have each been launched for worldwide obligation and with Brazil as a result of face Uruguay on Thursday, Oct. 14 (kick-off 8.30 p.m. ET), it’s unlikely they are going to be accessible for United’s recreation on the King Energy Stadium the next day (kick-off 10 a.m. ET).
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