After struggling for game time at Manchester United, Donny Van de Beek will reportedly ask for clarification on his role at the club.
Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is set to hold crunch talks with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about his Old Trafford future, according to reports.
The Dutchman had a difficult first season at United after signing from Ajax, making just four Premier League starts and watching the club’s recent Europa League final defeat from the bench.
The Holland international admitted earlier this season that he was keen for more minutes.
However, his wish never came to fruition. According to The Telegraph, the midfielder wants clarity over his future and intends to sit down with his boss to discuss his options.
United boss Solskjaer’s bid for a first trophy as a manager ended in heartbreak after defeat by Villarreal on penalties last week.
The match ended 1-1 with the Spanish club claiming the title after beating United 11-10 on penalties.
For Van de Beek, it marks what can be described as a disappointing debut season with the Red Devils. Having arrived with so much promise from Ajax, the 24-year-old has watched his stock depreciate and is eager to sort that out ahead of next season.
United have repeatedly claimed that they have no intention to sell the Dutchman. With that in mind, it would be interesting to see what becomes of the player ahead of next term.