Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is reportedly ready to leave the club after just one season after starting just two Premier League games since his £40million move from Ajax.
Van de Beek joined the club from Ajax in a £40million deal last summer but has found himself behind Scott McTominay, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba and Fred, with Bruno Fernandes holding down the regular spot behind the striker.
According to Daily Star, Van de Beek is frustrated with how things have turned out at Manchester United and is set to hold talks with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward before the end of the season in a bid to get answers as to why he has been largely ignored.
The Netherlands international is concerned his lack of game time at Manchester United might affect his chances of making the squad for the Euros this summer.
De Beek has been unavailable for the last three weeks after picking up a muscle injury at the end of February but could be available again for United’s trip to AC Milan in the Europa League on Thursday.