Donny van de Beek Finally Speaks Out On His Lack Of Game-Time At Manchester United
Donny van de Beek has finally broken his silence on his lack of game-time at Manchester United since his high-profile transfer from Ajax.
The exciting Dutch talent has only started two games this season, most recently against RB Leipzig in the Champions League on Wednesday.
And speaking ahead of his side's crunch Premier League game against Arsenal, he vented his frustration at his lack of appearances for the club.
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"Players always want to play games. Training is also nice, but the games... this is why you're playing football," he said via The Metro.
"I think a lot of games [means] we can improve always and I am sure that we will win more if we stay in the focus.
"Arsenal have showed that they have really good players, and I mean we need to be focused.
"We won yesterday and everybody's happy and it's good for the confidence and everything, but now we must go on to that game.
"A lot of big games are coming up now. A lot of games. We need to stay in the focus and then I'm sure that we make more nice wins."
The 23-year-old also praised Marcus Rashford who bagged a sensational hat-trick after coming off the bench.
"He's an amazing player," he added. "I see already from day one [and] the moment that I arrived here his quality, and he's also a really good guy.
"He's always working hard and [is] really talented. I like him also a person, and I'm really happy for him. He's already a big player and will show a lot more of his quality - I'm sure about that."
Will Van de Beek start for United on Sunday? Watch this space.
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