Former Manchester United midfielder Luke Chadwick expects that Donny van de Beek is likely to want an exit from Old Trafford in this summer’s transfer window.
The Dutchman hasn’t had much luck since moving to Man Utd last year, with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer barely using him due to the emergence of Bruno Fernandes as such a star player, while Paul Pogba, Fred and Scott McTominay have also all shown real improvement in other positions Van de Beek can play.
It’s a shame us United fans haven’t been able to see Van de Beek performing at his best after he looked like such a class act at Ajax, and Chadwick now thinks a player of his quality will look to leave, and it might be worth using a bet365 promotion code india to boost your chances of winning big if you can work out where he might be off to next.
Van de Beek was linked with top clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona during his Ajax days, so there might still be some teams ready to take a gamble on him even if he hasn’t been able to make much of an impact at Old Trafford.
Indeed there could be a fairly long list of clubs ready to snap up Van de Beek, who is surely too good a player to spend another season sitting on the bench.
“One that stands out immediately is Donny van de Beek, who doesn’t get much game time,” Chadwick told CaughtOffside when asked about who he’d look to sell.
“He’s done fine when he’s come on but I can’t imagine a player of his calibre and quality is going to be happy next season if he’s spending the same amount of time on the pitch.
“Especially with Bruno Fernandes ahead of him as the number ten playing more or less every game it’s going to be tough for him. United might have to take a financial hit if he moves on, but you can imagine both he and the club are thinking very seriously about his future.”
United fans will just hope that, if Van de Beek does leave, he doesn’t end up being another Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay or Romelu Lukaku and end up shining elsewhere.
Speaking earlier this season, Dutch legend Ronald de Boer also weighed in on the Van de Beek situation, suggesting he was aware the player wasn’t happy.
“His agent also told me that of course he’s not happy that he’s not playing,” De Boer said. “He’s only had two starts under Solskjaer and that’s not what he hoped for when he joined Man United.”