Crazy Ball – Former Manchester United Paul Ince admitted that he was confused by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's decision to rarely play Donny van de Beek.
The Dutch international when he was with Ajax Amsterdam his performance was very shining. However, so far he has struggled to find regular playing time in the Premier League giants.
It was noted that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer played Fred more often in Manchester United's midfield than giving Donny van de Beek an opportunity.
Paul Ince did not understand why the Norwegian coach did not start him until now. He felt Van de Beek deserved to replace Fred.
Talk to Ladbrokes, Paul Ince said Manchester United had bought him for 758 billion and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not played him regularly until now. According to him, if you have bought a player at a large price, you should play in the first team.
Paul Ince thinks a midfield player like Fred should be able to score goals. Meanwhile, he also suggested that Ole remove it and give Donny van de Beek a chance. According to him, what the coach had done was confusing after rarely playing him and he felt that the recruitment at Manchester United was bad.
In fact, the former MU believes things like this can make Solskjaer's position in the coaching chair will be increasingly under great pressure.
As information, Donny van de Beek has indeed played 9 matches in all competitions. But for the most part he only played as a substitute.
Most recently, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer only played the 23-year-old for 15 minutes in Manchester United's 1-0 defeat to Arsenal (1/11). Even though if he played it from the first minute maybe Van de Beek could make a difference.
Source: Solskjaer Begins to Confuse Donny van de Beek's Problem
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