Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has decided to keep hold of Donny van de Beek during the January transfer window, according to The Mirror’s David McDonnell.
Van de Beek is reportedly ‘valued’ by the German coach and as such, he ‘will not be allowed to leave’ at the turn of the year.
Opportunities under Rangnick?
Rangnick has only taken charge of three games so far, but Van de Beek has been involved each time. He was handed brief run-outs in the 1-0 victories over Crystal Palace and Norwich City and played the full 90 minutes of United’s final Champions League group stage game against Young Boys.
Van de Beek scored the final goal of the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era in the 4-1 defeat away to Watford in November, and was hailed by ex-United player Owen Hargreaves for an ‘absolutely fabulous’ display.
Fan feed Utd Report relayed McDonnell’s claim, and here’s what supporters made of it, feeling he can recapture the type of form he enjoyed with Ajax, where he bagged 41 goals and 34 assists in 175 games.
These United fans erupt over Van de Beek news
“Yesssss redemption time”
“OUR TIME IS SOON TO COME”
“He will be class again just like when he was at Ajax, watch”
“Oh my!!! Am relieved”
“Praise the Lord”
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