Donny van de Beek has a new position at Man United despite transfer links.
The Dutchman struggled to break through the first team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and was destined for a transfer move this January.
He scored a goal against Watford in Solskjer’s last game which marked the midfielder’s only goal since finding the net on his debut.
Currently, Michael Carrick is serving as the caretaker for the upcoming games and he confirmed a new role will be deployed for Van de Beek in the coming months.
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“We’ve got ideas where we think Donny’s most suited but he’s so flexible and adaptable, with two or three positions,” Carrick said in a press conference ahead of the Chelsea game.
“He even played as a false nine for Ajax in the Champions League when they ended up getting beaten by Tottenham.
“We’ve got ideas for him but being flexible is a strength and a credit to what he can bring to the team.”