Manchester United Want New Role For Van De Beek Against Liverpool After Training Footage Emerges
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 3 views
Manchester united head to Anfield on sunday to take on premier league's defending champions Liverpool in what is expected to be a fiery affair.
United could send a statement of intent with a win against the Jurgen Klopp men who have been tipped to provide a more sterner test for Ole Gunnar Solkjaer's men.
One player Manchester united fans want to see him start on Sunday is their midfield dynamo in Donny Van De Beek who has struggled for game time at the since his big money move.
A training ground footage has emerged showing the former Ajax man showcasing his ruthlessness infront of goal ahead of the trip to merseyside.
In a seven sided training game, Donny collects a loose ball from Jesse Lingard exchanges passes with Daniel James and Scott Mctominay before the later sets him up and he wraps his right foot on the ball with a curled finish for a goal.
"VDB what a finish, I hope that changes Ole Gunnar Solkjaer's mind about the player." one fan said.
"cant wait for him to break into the first team, it is only a matter of time before he becomes a regular." noted a second supporter.
"Too bad he is always on the bench, he is good enough to be starting for us week in week out."regretted a third fan.
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