Manchester United midfielder Donny Van de Beek has reportedly set his eyes on walking out of the club in January if his playing time is not resolved.
Man United signed the Dutchman from Ajax last year but the versatile midfielder has struggled to pin himself as a regular starter at Old Trafford.
The former Ajax midfielder has the likes of Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba ahead of him in the attacking role pecking order. With the likes of Scott McTominay and Fred defensive role pecking order.
Van de Beek has not made a single start in the Premier League this season and he is at risk of missing out on the World Cup next year.
Fabrizio Romano has reported that if Solskjaer doesn’t start showing trust in the 24-year-old, the midfielder would force his way out of the club despite having a huge love for the club and the fans.
The Italian journalist said: “As things stand now, in November, if the situation continues with Solskjær as manager, not trusting or playing Donny van de Beek, I expect Van de Beek to leave the club in January.”
Manchester United will report to action next weekend against Watford. With Paul Pogba out injured plus his suspension, Solskjaer may decide to work with the Dutchman.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke highly of Van de Beek after his cameo inspired Man United to stage a dramatic 2-2 draw at Atalanta in the Champions League.