Manchester United Star Donny Van De Beek READY To Leave In January! (Details)

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Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is ready to try and leave the club again in the January transfer window, MySportDab reports. 

The summer signing from Ajax is frustrated at his lack of playing time since he joined Manchester United.

It even got worse after Manchester United’s Champions League win against Villarreal on Wednesday.

Van de Beek was not used in the match and was consoled by two of his United teammates, Eric Bailly and Dean Henderson.

Coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer decided to bring on Jesse Lingard and Fred over Van De Beek in the 89th minute of the Group F tie.

The Dutchman expressed his frustration by taking his chewing gum out of his mouth and throwing it into the technical area where Solskjaer and Mike Phelan were standing.

According to MySportDab sources, Van De Beek is running out of patience at Manchester United and will try to leave again in January.

The 24-year-old was close to joining Everton on loan last summer but Manchester United blocked the transfer.

Now, Van de Beek will try again in January to find another club after his lack of playing time continued at Old Trafford.

He has started only two matches so far this season in the Carabao Cup and in the Champions League.

He played only five minutes in the Premier League as a substitute against Newcastle.

His agent Guido Albers has said that Ronaldo’s return to United is not exactly ‘positive news’ for his client, and confirmed that Van de Beek wanted to leave.

‘There’s so much interest from clubs in Italy, Germany, England, so that’s good,’ said Albers last month.

‘But you need the club to work with you. It looked like they would, but they refused at the end.

‘Everybody who knows Donny he loves the game and he wants to play every week. So from this answer, you can tell what he wants the most.’

Van de Beek is desperate to be recalled back into the Netherlands national team after losing his place recently due to his lack of first team football.

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