Manchester United’s new midfielder Donny van de Beek is reportedly not interested in Juventus because the Dutchman is happy at Old Trafford and wants to build a successful career with the Reds.
Van de Beek, 23, joined United earlier this year from Ajax in a switch which cost the Red Devil’s a very respectable £39m, as per Sky Sports.
Since his arrival in Manchester, much has been made of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to slowly introduce van de Beek into the first-team.
However, after a recent brilliant Champions League performance against Istanbul earlier this week, van de Beek appears to finally be forcing his way into his club’s starting line-up plans.
According a recent report from Defensa Central, a publication which specialise in news surrounding Real Madrid, van de Beek is happy with life at United and will not be open to moving away anytime soon.
Defensa Central’s report claims that the 23-year-old is committed to building a successful career at his new side, despite recent claims from Italian outlet Calciomercato that van de Beek has emerged as a target for Juventus.
It has been suggested that van de Beek still has a soft-spot for La Liga giants Real Madrid who did try to sign him from Ajax two-years ago but the overall consensus seems to be that van de Beek is loving life in Manchester.