Erik Ten Hag has confirmed the decision made on Donny van de Beek’s future with Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
Donny van de Beek is back from his short spell loan move to Everton which was allowed to happen due to his being unable to get playing time.
New Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag has already been making plans ahead of the preseason which will commence soon.
Plans are in motion for players who will be leaving and others who will have to fight for their place in the team ahead of the new season.
Donny van de Beek is one of those players who have been unable to pin regular playing time after making that move from Ajax to Manchester United.
He was expected to make an instant impact, but things haven’t worked in his way during the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era when he barely got enough time.
Things were the same despite the sacking and Ralf Rangnick took over the position until the end of the season.
He was forced to seek regular playing time elsewhere which he got in Everton before the season came to an end.
He was instrumental in helping the team survive being dropped to the Championship.
According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, he has confirmed the latest decision coming from Old Trafford concerning Donny van de Beek’s future.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Erik ten Hag has Donny van De Beek in his plans for next season, as things stand.
“Been told he’s now expected to play a role in Manchester United team.
Van De Beek once flourished under Erik Ten Hag when he was in Ajax, and he is hoping this time will be the same working together.
Manchester United are also working on bringing in Frenkie de Jong as they are looking to reunite what they all had in Ajax.