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Van de Beek gets an opportunity to impress before his loan move to Everton

Harry Maguire
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Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has a ‘big opportunity’ to impress following his loan move to Everton. According to journalist Pete O’Rourke.

The 24-year-old has had a difficult time since arriving on English beaches from Ajax back in September 2020 but now finally has the chance to exhibit his true ability.

Van de Beek joined United with an enviable reputation after rising through the ranks at his boyhood club. The player scored 41 goals and offer 34 assists in 175 appearances for the Amsterdam giants.

Van de Beek time at Manchester United

His surprising exploits convinced the Red Devils to splash out £35 million to price him away from the Johan Cruyff arena. Things have no longer gone to plan for Van de Beek to date.

at some point of his time at old Trafford, the Netherlands international made simply 4 premier League starts in 18 months. And changed into often forced to watch on from the sidelines in frustration.

Even the arrival of intervening time manager Ralf Rangnick following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal didn’t result in a trade in fortunes. He become forced to seek a temporary exit in order to secure normal game time.

Can the player reignite his future at Old Trafford ?

according to Sky sports, Everton saw off competition from Crystal Palace and Valencia to deliver Van de Beek to Goodison Park on a temporary basis.

And he is already making a big affect with the Toffees. Claiming the man of the match award on his first start for the club in opposition to Leeds United.

O’Rourke believes if the loan move maintains to head well for the United player. Then he should reignite his United career upon his return to his parent club.

Donny van de Beek has a future at Trafford?

With Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard all out of contract in the summer. The 20-time English champions could find themselves desperately short of midfield options next season.

Whether loanee can capitalise on that situation will largely depend on his performances for the Toffees and how the next United boss views him. It’s unknown who will succeed Rangnick in the Theatre of Dreams dugout.

But it’s surely not too late for player to become a success in the red half of Manchester.

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