Manchester united midfielder Donny Van De Beek has been unlucky during his time as Manchester united player. Despite arriving from a dominant season in Ajax, he came to warm the bench at Old Trafford and even went on loan to Everton last season.
The player has since returned to the club for Pre Season training. The midfielder has a total of 50 appearances for the red devils but most of them have come from substitutions. The arrival of new manager means a lot for a player who played and flourished under him at Ajax.
The 25 year old was all smiles as he made his way to Carrington. He took to social media to share his experience of being back with the squad some few months before the season resumes. Van De Beek will most likely reunite with De Jong who is reportedly edging closer to a move to Old Trafford.
The United player wrote on his Instagram account, "Pre-season mode," followed by an 'on' emoji and a red circle. The player appears to he happy considering that he will be handed more chances to showcase his abilities more at the club next season.
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