Donny van de Beek is indeed being urged to stop playing for Manchester United by huge areas of the Dutch media.
The 23-year-old midfielder has neglected to show anything close to his best shape since joining the Red Devils from Ajax in the late spring.
He has generally been restricted to appearances off the seat, yet was given an uncommon beginning by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in United’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Liverpool on Sunday.
By and by he had little impact on the game, nonetheless, and was subbed in the 66th moment, with his substitution Bruno Fernandes scoring the champ in the 3-2 triumph.
Also, putting down in a Dutch newspaper Voetbal International, notable columnist Süleyman Öztürk expressed his assessment that Van de Beek won’t ever have the option to satisfy hopes at Old Trafford – and should quit as quickly as time permits.
“You cannot ignore the fact that Van de Beek has ended up in an awful situation,” he said.
“He’ll never reach the numbers or the status of Bruno Fernandes when asked to act like the player in his absence.
“The Portuguese likes to go to the ball, whereas Van de Beek moves away from it.
“Solskjaer tries to keep him sharp and motivated by saying that he must be patient. But the reality is his competitor (Fernandes) is so dominant that Solskjaer cannot call upon Van de Beek.
“He is currently being fooled by his coach. My advice: try to get away as soon as possible if you don’t want to be kept on a leash for too long.”
It was accounted for by The Athletic that Solskjaer has as of late spoken straightforwardly to Van de Beek secretly about the issue to guarantee him of his future at the club.
The short gathering is accepted to have worked out in a good way, with Van de Beek given the feeling that his game time will increment as the season wears on.
He is seen as a drawn out marking, so one period of bedding in may do him a lot of good prior to entering the brawl all the more consistently later this season or the next.
The five-year contract Van de Beek marked mirrors that as well, however he was told he would highlight in around half of United’s games this season, a guarantee that has not so far been kept.