Donny Van De Beek has always been frustrated of lack of game time at Old Trafford which made him want to leave the club in the previous Summer transfer window. Everton were very interested in the player, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blocked his loan move.
The lack of play time and frustrations have got Donny Van De Beek in trouble as he has been snubbed by the Netherlands national team where he used to play more frequently before his move to Old Trafford.
Today, Everton's transfer chief has exposed how Manchester United are wasting Donny and how they blocked his move. Marcel Brands stated: "At the beginning of the transfer window, we enquired [about Van de Beek] at #mufc, then it was impossible. At the end of the window, I received a call from his agent, but at the last minute, it was cancelled."
When asked on whether Everton will try to sign him in January, the transfer chief stated: "You always depend on whether a club wants to cooperate. It's early October, so much can happen with injuries. #mufc are playing on various fronts, it’s hard to say."
Donny Van De Beek and his agent are claimed to be fed up with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and are seeking for a way out from Manchester United.
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