Van De Beek trust he can break into the Red Devils starting lineup after talks with Solskjaer
Donny Van De Beek hopeful of Manchester United future after talks with Red Devils manager Solskjaer.
The highly rated Dutch midfielder joined United from Ajax in 2020.
Breaking into the Ajax starting lineup as a teenager in 2015. Van De Beek became a key figure at Ajax playing a huge role as the Eridevise side reached the 2017 Europa League final and the 2019 Champions League semi-final respectively.
Following a successful spell in Netherlands, the 24-year-old joined Man United for a fee in the region of £40 million.
De Beek was touted to hit the ground running at Old Trafford. However, with limited playing time, the Dutchman has been left disappointed on the bench by manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer.
Barely enjoying some minutes on the pitch, Donny was linked with a move away from Old Trafford. But United kept it doors closed.
The 24-year-old, who scored in his debut appearance for the Red Devils believes his future still lies at Old Trafford. According to him the manager [Solskjaer] trust him and all he has to do is to work hard.
in an exclusive interview with Rio Ferdinand he said:
“Solskjaer told me: ‘I want you to stay here’. I need to trust him. If he doesn’t need me, I think he will let me go. I think he has plans with me, I just need to work hard and I hope I can show the people, one day, what I can do”.