‘Fantastic,’ Ian Wright demands. As Ed Woodward is lambasted, Donny van de Beek seals Man Utd’s exit.


‘Fantastic,’ Ian Wright demands. As Ed Woodward is lambasted, Donny van de Beek seals Man Utd’s exit.

Donny van de Beek joined Manchester United from Ajax last year.

Donny van de Beek should leave Manchester United, according to Arsenal legend Ian Wright, after failing to establish himself in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. The 24-year-old joined the Red Devils in September but has only played a minor role thus far.

Van van Beek cost United £40 million after starring for Ajax in their run to the Champions League semi-final a year before.

The deal was so significant that the Old Trafford club agreed to give the player a five-year contract.

But it’s been a disaster for the midfielder, as his Premier League career has never taken off.

Wright told Optus Sport, “At this stage, I haven’t seen him play three games in a row for Man United.”

“Something has gone wrong. He needs to get out of there because Man United isn’t going to work for him.

“He’s not going to have a chance to play, and he should be because he’s a wonderful player,” says the coach.

When Van de Beek arrived in England, he was regarded as one of Europe’s most brilliant midfielders, having scored 41 goals in 175 appearances for Ajax.

Wright, on the other hand, has criticized Ed Woodward for signing the player in the first place.

“The way Ajax plays possession football, the way he grew up in the Ajax academy, knowing how to create moves off of a team that can continue to keep the ball so he can make his moves,” Wright added.

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“It’s nothing like how Man United would play.”

“It’s perplexing to me why he went to Man United because they’re not going to adapt their style of play to accommodate Donny van de Beek.” “The signature was incorrect.” This season, Van de Beek has only played six minutes in the Premier League, coming off the bench in his side’s 4-1 thrashing of Newcastle United.

After United took the lead against Young Boys in the first half, the midfielder was given a start in the Champions League match.

At the break, though, he was dragged away. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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