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Van de Beek to seek assurances on Manchester United future

According to reports, Donny van de Beek will seek assurances from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his continued lack of minutes on the pitch since signing for Manchester United over a year ago.

The Telegraph claims Van de Beek is ready to meet with Solskjaer to get to the bottom of his problem.

The £35m midfielder started just four games in the league last term and has managed a total of 141 minutes across all positions this season. It really is no wonder why Louis van Gaal doesn’t pick him to play for his country — something he did regularly while at Ajax.

His latest snub grabbed the headlines on Wednesday night as he was seen on the bench, fuming after watching Fred come on instead of him.

Say what you like about the Brazilian, but it was his cross that sent the ball into the box for United’s stoppage-time winner.

Van de beek is still under contract at United until 2025 and has an option for a 12-month extension on top of that.

Let us know in the comments section what United should do with Van de Beek?

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2 responses to “Van de Beek to seek assurances on Manchester United future”

  1. Roger kimberley says:

    They should play him how is he going to show how good he his if he gets no game time pogba in the team for 5+years and still don’t play consistently

  2. BRIAN MOLLOY says:

    He has never been given a proper run of games to show how well he can do, everytime he gets a game, its never from the start with 10 other strong players, its usually with a team that has a lot of changes.
    His movement looks sharp and he always wants the ball for a quick one two give an go. I think given a run of games he could be exactly what we have been missing.
    I also think ole is afraid that if he does play well he will end up looking stupid as he’s had him this whole time sitting on a bench.