Manchester United midfielder Donny Van De Beek was signed from Ajax in the summer. He has hardly finished a year at United and he opted for a transfer in order to build his career.
According to the Daily Star, Van De Beek has claimed that he is out of favour in Solskjaer's squad and wants to hold talks with Executive vice - chairman Ed Woodward concerning his future at United. The star has been involved in 10 appearances for United and in those games he has started only Once.
Ajax have been the favorite in the hunt for Van De Beek as they prefer re-signing him since he enjoyed a good spell in Ajax. Ole Gunner Solskjaer has however dismissed claims that he is not in his plans and further provided an update for his start against Ac Milan on Thursday.
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