Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has emphasized his obligation to keeping Dutch midfielder, Donny Van de Beek at the club notwithstanding battling for game time.
Since Van de Beek’s appearance from Dutch monsters Ajax in a £40million bargain, the Dutchman has made a stunning two alliance begins for Manchester United.
The absence of game time incited Netherlands manager Frank de Boer to propose that Van de Beek may have to think about moving this January, to make sure about ordinary playing time at another club, to ensure his odds of being chosen by the Netherlands for EURO 2021
Nonetheless, Solskjaer has repeated his confidence in the previous Ajax star and uncovered he will be given an uncommon opportunity to begin when the Red Devils face Watford in the FA Cup tie on Saturday.
“I’ve addressed this inquiry so often,” the Norwegian said.
“There are such countless instances of players requiring a tad of time quality players. We have numerous players ourselves and there are different clubs with models. Once in a while it requires some investment. You don’t expect individuals who care for him to hush up on occasion, particularly when they need the best for them.
“Donny will play tomorrow. There’s one more opportunity for him. Truly, I’ve addressed him and emphasized and made him mindful of the amount we rate him. Yet, he’ll play tomorrow, and that is a decent opportunity to kick on.”