Van De Beek set to be handed lifeline
Donny van de Beek is set to be handed a lifeline by incoming Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.
The midfielder is currently on loan at Everton, where he still struggles for game-time as he did at Old Trafford.
Big things were expected of Van de Beek when United paid Ajax £39million to secure his services.
But the Dutchman barely got a look in under then-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his successor Ralph Rangnick before he was shipped out to Goodison Park.
But according to The Telegraph, his United career is far from over.
Van de Beek “will start the season in Ten Hag’s United squad” and he will at least have a chance to fight for a way back”.
Ten Hag, or course, managed Van de Beek during their Ajax days, with the 25-year-old an integral part of the vibrant and dynamic side.