Despite the player’s struggles for minutes, Manchester United have no intention of sending Donny Van de Beek on loan this January.
Donny Van de Beek will not be allowed to leave Old Trafford in the current January transfer window.
The midfielder hasn’t played a single minute for the Red Devils in their last six Premier League games.
So far, the 23-year-old has had to make do with cup appearances to get minutes under his belt.
Some believe that a loan move away may be best for the Dutchman with his spot in the Netherlands first-team now at risk.
However, ESPN claims that sources around Manchester United have informed them that the club are not interested in letting Van de Beek leave this month.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer retains faith in the midfielder and plans to use the 23-year-old in good measure before the end of the campaign.
Van de Beek joined Manchester United from Ajax for around €39m in the summer but has only made ten appearances in the Premier League.
Of those ten appearances, he has only made the starting lineup twice and many continue to question why the Red Devils went all out for the Dutchman.