Manchester United To Lose Key Player During The Summer Transfer.
By Oduor001 | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Donny Van De Beek is determined to leaver Manchester United in the summer transfer due to lack of playing time. The Netherlands international has started only two games under Ole Gunar this season and has have no chance to play again.
Van De Beek is ready to hold talks with the clubs chief executive officer Ed Woodward at the end of the season to ask why he has not been given chance to play and he is determined to put his nightmare behind and leave the club.
With Euros fast approaching many of his pals have advised him to leave the red devils and look for another club which will give him much play time for him to be able to be called in the national team.
Donny Joined Manchester United from Ajax ata fee of £35 million pounds a move which surprised many of United fans.
His game time has been affected with the presence of Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandez who are two key midfielders under United manager Ole Gunar.
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