Date revealed: Thursday 29th October 2020 12:37
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been instructed he might need a problem dropping Donny van de Beek out of the primary workforce.
The Dutchman made his first Champions League begin for United at Outdated Trafford on Wednesday evening in the 5-0 romp.
And former United midfielder Owen Hargreaves thinks Solskjaer might need the subsequent Thomas Muller on his palms. Van de Beek made a strong, if unspectacular show in opposition to RB Leipzig with 4 of the targets coming after he was changed by Bruno Fernandes.
Hargreaves although thinks Van de Beek will turn out to be onerous to drop, although the £35m signing has but to begin within the Premier League.
“I feel he’s a extremely good participant,” Hargreaves instructed BT Sport: “He hasn’t had the chance to indicate it. He may very well be like what Thomas Muller is for Bayern Munich – the type.
“All people tried to get Thomas Muller out of the workforce, however as soon as he’s in you’ll be able to’t get him out when it comes to targets, assists, he’s very unselfish, he can press the ball, he works in a midfield three, he can play as an eight or a 10.
Ole’s reward for Donny
“[Van de Beek] is a type of… as soon as he’s within the workforce, Ole goes to seek out it onerous to get him out.
“The issue you will have is: You’ve bought £100m Pogba, Bruno Fernandes… getting them multi function workforce with the entrance three they’ve goes to be a problem for Ole.”
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskajer was requested about Van de Beek and Paul Pogba’s efficiency in opposition to Leipzig.
Solskjaer instructed BT Sport: “Donny is a unbelievable participant and a unbelievable boy.
“You see the work he places down each on and off the ball, you see the defensive form with him, he covers the bottom and he’s so intelligent together with his motion.
“So I’m so happy with each of them.
“This group is coming collectively. After all we’ve added a couple of high quality gamers and the extra high quality you will have and spirit you will have, the higher probability you will have of a efficiency.”