Erik Ten Hag Misses Donny van de Beek’s presence at Manchester United

Erik Ten Hag, new manager of Manchester United (MU), can’t wait to be back with Donny van de Beek. “Of course, Ajax has a great team,” said Eric Ten Hag at a press conference as Manchester United manager at Old Trafford, Monday afternoon local time (23 May 2022). “I have a very good relationship with him and of course, I can’t wait for him to get back on the pitch.”

The former Ajax man is on loan at Everton after being sidelined for several minutes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick. Van de Beak spent the end of the season on loan at Everton. He scored in Tofies’ last game against Arsenal. The arrival of Ten Hug allowed Van Devik to shine at MU

Donnie van de Beak will return to United next month for pre-season training. The Dutch midfielder was a key part of Tenhag’s Ajax side, which reached the Champions League semi-finals in 2018/19 before joining the Reds in 2020. The Dutch national team is looking to show what they can do next season after injuries affected Merseyside. 

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Erik Ten Hag is reportedly determined to overtake United altogether. But he might keep Marcus Rashford this summer. Donnie Van Debeek has also been allowed to continue his career at United. The Dutch manager is expected to pay up to £200 million to buy new players.

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He also has the option of kicking bad players. Rashford continues to be linked with a club transfer after a difficult season. 

Thug wants to keep the England national team this summer. According to the report, Van de Beak, who co-starred with Ten Hag at Ajax, will also be allowed to build a successful career at United after struggling with previous impressions.

 Source: Guardian

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