Fabrizio Romano tells Donny van de Beek of an impending January departure

With the January transfer window approaching, trade guru Fabrizio Romano has offered an update on Donny van de Beek’s future at Manchester United.

Rather than impressing on the play, the gifted Dutchman has spent the most of his time at Old Trafford warming up the bench.

Romano has reiterated what he has previously stated, namely that Van de Beek would not stay on after the winter window if he does not receive further minutes.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to the recognized writer, is not only eager to succeed, but also want to succeed without the former Ajax man.

It appeared to substantiate rumors that Van de Beek was signed without the famed Norwegian’s permission, resulting in the current shambles.

Many believed the teenage midfielder was brought in as a replacement for Paul Pogba, but when the Frenchman did not depart, he was forced to sit out.

Van de Beek’s contract with the club expires next summer, and it does not appear that he is any closer to extending it than when he first came.

The good news for supporters is that the 24-year-old is passionate about the club, and a change in circumstances, whether the manager goes or he is given with greater responsibilities, might lead to his staying.

Fans believe Van van Beek has a lot to contribute, and many are disappointed with how he has been treated thus far, since his potential needs more screen time.

What’s more perplexing is that others, such as Fred and Scott McTominay, start ahead of him, sometimes without justification.

According to reports, the players believe Solskjaer favors particular players, and from the outside looking in, it appears that way.

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