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Paul Ince criticizes Solskjaer's decisions about Van de Beek

Tue 09 November 2021 | 10:01

The Dutch midfielder has so far failed to find an opportunity to show his abilities.

Former

Manchester United

star Paul Ince has criticized Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's decisions regarding Donny van de Beek, claiming that the young Dutch star's dream at Manchester United has been shattered.

In September 2020, United signed the Dutch midfielder from Ajax for a substantial fee on a five-year contract. Van de Beek shone at Ajax, so he was expected to become one of the Red Devils' stars, but under the Norwegian coach, he did not get much of a chance. The Dutch star has only played twice in the Premier League for Manchester United this season and now Paul Ince criticizes Solskjaer's decisions regarding Van de Beek.

Former United captain said:

"Donny van de Beek gets four minutes against Atalanta. What worries me is the choices Ole makes."

"This is what he said and Donny thought, ‘f*ck me, this is my dream, this is what I’ve been waiting for’. Two years down the line he’s on the bench. Ole’s actually taken the p*ss out of him.

"Not only has he taken the p*ss out of him, he gives him four minutes against Atalanta and then goes, ‘oh by the way, here’s your chance, go and have 10 minutes against Manchester City where we’ve not touched the ball for 85 minutes and show me what you can do’.

"If I’m Donny van de Beek I would’ve said, ‘f*ck that, I’m not going on now, you want me to go on for 10 minutes when we haven’t touched the ball for 88 minutes?’. Now you’re taking the p*ss out of him even more."

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