Ince says the Manchester United star “has absolutely no chance” under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Paul Ince claims there is “absolutely no chance” of Manchester United star Donny van de Beek being part of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s long-term plans at Old Trafford.
Delivered a rare start in UEFA Champions League clash with Young BoysThe Dutchman was withdrawn at the break after Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off.
Solskjaer – Who was Criticized for his strategy in a 2-1 defeat – He revealed that the decision was entirely tactical.
“Like Harry [Maguire] He said here too, there were signs in the last five minutes of the first half that we would get crosses in the penalty area, ” Solskjaer She said.
“We knew they put the striker tall and we had to handle their substitution a lot better.”
“Absolutely no chance!” Ince said United Stand Youtube Channel. “He tried to please the player [by playing him].
“It’s always difficult when you’re not playing to come in and make an impression on your first run and leave him out at half-time… What does he tell us, what does he say to the fans?
“What do you say to Donnie?” “If I can’t get a full match against Young Boys, ten guys or no ten guys, it’s time to go.”
“There is nothing Ole can say and convince me that my future is at Manchester United. I hope it is because it is the biggest club in the world but it needs to play football.”
Van de Beek arrived at United for more than £30m from Ajax last summer but he barely made it to Solskjaer’s side.
Ince believes his former club has given up trying to convince him to join the team and expects them to put it up for sale in January.
He completed: “‘[Scott] McTominay is now back, [Nemanja] Matic – which I love – is back, he’s got Fred.
He will never play [Bruno] Fernandez or [Paul] Pogba, he has [Jesse] Lingard who could play in the role, so the signs are there and I expect him to leave in January.
“Be it a loan… they won’t get the money they paid for it back.
“You feel sorry for him because he looks like a cute boy, he seems to want to perform well, he seems to be the ultimate professional and he must now know that ‘the writing is on the wall, unfortunately’.