Manchester United midfielder Donny Van de Beek has decided he will stay at Manchester United and fight to play regular football despite receiving offers from other European clubs.
Van de Beek joined United from Ajax last summer for $47.8m but has found regular playing time hard to come by. Multiple reports have linked him with a move away from England after just 12 months.
Clubs in Italy, Spain and Germany are rumoured to be interested in signing him but according to Manchester Evening News, he will stay in Manchester and will hope to break into the team and play regular football under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He started only four games last season despite scoring on his Premier League debut against Crystal Palace. He is back with the club for preseason training as he looks to revive his Red Devils career.
He missed the Euro 2021 for his country the Netherlands due to a groin injury which he has recovered from and is fit and ready to go now.