While van de Beek’s former club Ajax are keen to rescue him on loan, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has big plans for the midfielder and assured the 24-year-old that his chance will come, according to The Sun.
Van de Beek has experienced a nightmare first season at Old Trafford, with just 326 Premier League minutes under his belt so far this campaign.
Manchester United will reject any offers for midfielder Donny van de Beek this summer
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (right) has told Van de Beek that he will get his chance soon
He has completed 90 minutes in the Premier League just once, back in November against Southampton, and has made only 32 appearances across all competitions, with one goal to his name and two assists.
Such has been his decline since a much-vaunted £40million move last summer that his women’s team compatriot and fellow Red Devil Jackie Groenen recently teased Van de Beek that she has played more at Old Trafford than him.
Last month the young playmaker was also linked with a move to Juventus, with United reportedly considering a swap deal for French midfielder Adrien Rabiot, and just last week La Repubblica reported that Roma were interested in a swap for midfielder Nicolo Zaniolo.
But Solskjaer has reportedly held recent talks with Van de Beek and indicated that he has a future at the club, and United are relaying the message to potential suitors that there is no deal on the table.
Van de Beek has made just 32 appearances in all competitions so far, scoring only one goal