Manchester United completed the signing of Donny van de Beek from Ajax last Setempber, having agreed to pay £35 million (€39m/$46m) plus £4m in add-ons for the Netherlands international midfielder.
The Netherlands international has started just two games in the Premier League and only 11 matches across all competitions so far this season, and he isn’t comfortable with his current situation in the club.
It is worrisome to the youngster that lack of playing time has deprived him of the chances of playing for his national team for their European Championship campaign.
Van de Beek is expected to meet with United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward before the season ends to discuss his next move and why he was ignored by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Van de Beek was given limited playing time at the start of the season, and Ole has encouraged him to keep his patience still.
Van de Beek who was playing regularly for Ajax and being considered as one of the best young players in his peek is struggling to have some playing time in Manchester United, though his former team depth can not be compared with the Red Devil’ where are superstars like Pogba, Fred, Fernandes, and others in the team.
Solskjaer admitted in January: ‘I wouldn’t say that Donny is happy,’
‘Of course, he wants to play more, but he gets about his job in the right manner.
‘We are doing well and have got players who are playing really well in his position.
’ Van de Beek has not featured for United since February 14 and is currently sidelined with a muscle injury.
The Manchester United midfielder lastly played a match against West Brom on 14 February 2021 when he was substituted in the game in the 79th minute of the Premier League match.