Former Manchester United and England international midfielder Paul Ince urges Donny Van de Beek to seek a football transfer away.
Ince has criticized Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the way he treats Donny van de Beek.
Further, the former United midfielder wants van de Beek to not take this treatment lying down. And so, amidst links to Barcelona and Everton cropping up around the former Ajax player, Ince advices him to move.
Paul Ince Urges Donny Van de Beek to Seek a Football Transfer
“If I’m going to buy a player, a top player from Ajax, the first thing I’m going to say is ’Am I going to play? Where do you see me fitting in within the system?” Paul Ince said, as Goal.com reports, about Donny van de Beek’s situation at Manchester United.
He continued: “As a manager you have two choices – you can either tell the truth on not tell the truth.
“From what I’ve seen for the last year and a half, Solskjaer hasn’t told Donny the truth, he hasn’t had any game time.”
“He’s got 35 million pounds sitting on the bench,” Ince reminded football fans, about van de Beek’s desire to play.
He then went on: “I could hold my hands up if I’m on the bench and the team is winning and playing well. But you can’t tell me that Fred and McTominay are playing well week in and week out, and even Pogba, because they are not.”
“Donny has always been professional, he’s doing everything by the book,” Ince said in praise of the player.
“Ole has come out saying ‘he’s in my plans’, but obviously he’s just blatantly lying,” he revealed about the coach.
“He has to move in January. For the good of his career,” Ince said, finally, with a sense of urgency about the player’s future.