REVEALED: How Donny Van De Beek was Always Being Ignored’ At Manchester United Proves He Was Good Enough
Images of Donny van de Beek constantly being ‘ignored’ by his Manchester United teammates proves the talent has been there all along.
The 24-year-old hardly featured for United after arriving from Ajax in summer 2020 to the amazement of everyone.
Van De Beek joined Everton on loan on the last day of the January transfer window and dropped a Man of the Match performance in his first start for the Toffees against Leeds United.
According to the 12th Man on YouTube, van de Beek was doing all the right things.
‘Van de Beek is always being IGNORED by his teammates’ is straight to the point title but after viewing, you can’t really argue with it.’
The former Ajax man always hunted for the ball in a United shirt and looked for ways to get himself involved in the game.
Emerging reports states that United’s coaching staff saw van de Beek as ‘too weak’ to regularly start in the Premier League.
United fans have reacted to the footage and they’re so frustrated van de Beek never got a fair chance.
One commented: “I think this is what frustrates me so much about him not getting a chance. He plays a simple game with incredible talent and keeps the play moving. How do you not start him every game?”
Another said: “This video tells everything I was saying for a year. You’re right, he was playing with clowns. He was too good for them.”
“I’m glad I’m not the only one who actually watches a football match, and thought to myself that this player is actually good.” said a third.
Everton’s new manager Frank Lampard reacted to van de Beek’s performance after he made an instant impact making his debut for the Toffees at the weekend.
“I sort of expected that, because I knew Donny as a player from the outside, brought him here because of his talents in terms of he can play, his intelligence, his work ethic, really intelligent and technical player,” Lampard explained post-match.
“He was part of a really strong work-ethic kind of performance, he matched the other players in that sense, he gave us a sense of calm, he linked the play, looks confident on the ball and that’s exactly what I brought him here to do.”