‘He cannot afford to just keep sitting on the bench’: Donny van de Beek must LEAVE Manchester United to save his career, insists former Liverpool and Everton midfielder Don Hutchison
- Donny van de Beek has played just 51 minutes of football this season
- The midfielder did not make much of an impact last season either
- Don Hutchison believes he must be thinking about leaving Old Trafford
Former Liverpool and Everton midfielder Don Hutchison believes that Donny van de Beek should leave Manchester United in order to keep his career alive.
The midfielder failed to make much of an impact in his debut season after joining from Ajax for £35m last summer.
And things have not improved so far this term with just six minutes of playing time after five Premier League matches.
Donny van de Beek has played just six minutes of Premier League football this season
‘I think if you’re Donny van de Beek now, you’ve got to have the conversation with your agent, who’s then gonna have the conversation with the manager, chief executive because you’ve got a World Cup coming up in 18 months time,’ Hutchison told BBC 5 Live Sport.
‘He cannot afford just to be sitting on that bench, playing in the League Cup midweeks and playing odd minutes and getting brought on and getting taken off.
‘If I’m gonna Donny van de Beek I need to move on from Manchester United.’
The midfielder (left) has failed to make an impact since joining from Ajax last summer