Man United fans are enraged at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to play Donny van de Beek against Watford.


Man United fans are enraged at Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to play Donny van de Beek against Watford.

Manchester United will be looking for their sixth win of the season this weekend against relegation-threatened Watford, and it does not appear that it will be thanks to Donny van de Beek’s influence on the game.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has left Manchester United fans fuming and stunned by his decision to keep Donny van de Beek out of the starting lineup against Watford this weekend.

The Dutchman hasn’t been given the chance to impress in the Premier League since joining for £35 million from Ajax in 2020.

Van de Beek has only played 17 minutes of league football this season, and Red Devils fans have expressed their dissatisfaction with his current situation.

With United in freefall, many expected Solskjaer to change his mind and start Van de Beek against Watford despite his midfield issues, but they were wrong.

Despite the fact that Fred has only recently returned from international duty and Paul Pogba is still suspended, Solskjaer has started Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay in midfield instead of Van de Beek.

The decision has sparked outrage, especially after it was revealed that the midfield maestro will seek a transfer in January if he does not start playing more regularly.

On Twitter, one fan attempted to start a trend by writing “(hashtag)FreeDonny.”

Leave your thoughts in the comments section below on whether Donny van de Beek should leave Manchester United in January.

“I thought Van de Beek might play, silly me,” one supporter wrote, while others were simply stunned.

“What does Van de Beek have to do for a start?” inquired another fan, perplexed by Matic’s superiority over the Netherlands international.

Many interpreted Solskjaer’s pre-match press conference on Friday as implying that Van de Beek would start against The Hornets.

“Our fans can see a top professional and a very good player,” he explained.

“Donny has never let himself, his team, or his family down because of his attitude.

His game and training approach is spot on.

I can’t find anything wrong with him, and he is well aware of this.”

The 24-year-old announced earlier this month that if things at the Theatre of Dreams don’t change drastically soon, he’ll leave.

Van de Beek was set to join Everton on loan before the start of the season, but the deal fell through.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.


Comments are closed.