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Manchester United: Fabrizio Romano reveals Donny van de Beek update

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Football insider Fabrizio Romano has been speaking on his YouTube channel to discuss where the future of Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek lies in January. 

The Dutchman arrived at Old Trafford in the summer of 2020 but has failed to nail down any form of consistent game time for the Red Devils since joining.

What should Man Utd do with Van de Beek?







This season alone, the 24-year-old midfielder has only featured for a total of 16 minutes in the Premier League having watched on from the bench for nine of the 11 games so far (via Transfermarkt).

Van de Beek was heavily linked with a potential move away from the Red Devils in the summer with Everton said to be interested in signing the Dutchman.

And with the January window creeping up on us, Romano has been speaking on his YouTube channel about the latest on the £22.5m-rated midfielder’s future with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

(1:43) “Guys, as things stand now in November if the situation will continue like this with Solskjaer as a manager not trusting Donny van de Beek and not playing Donny van de Beek, I expect Van de Beek back to leave the club in January.

‘He changed his agent. He has a new agent since a few weeks because he wants to change the situation. He’s now looking for opportunities on the market.”

TIF Thoughts on Van de Beek’s future…

We feel the Dutchman has to find a way out of Old Trafford in January whether that be a permanent move away or just a loan until the end of the summer.

The midfielder showed huge promise during his days with Ajax with some impressive displays coming in the 2018/19 Champions League campaign (via Transfermarkt).

Luckily, he still has time on his side at just 24-years-old but there does not seem to be any sign of his game time under Solskjaer improving with just 154 minutes in all competitions to his name so far.

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