Donny van de Beek is seemingly well enough to partake in some training at the AON Training Complex.
The Dutchman’s first season in English football was an absolute struggle. Donny van de Beek failed to make any real impact whatsoever, as his confidence appeared to be through the floor come the end of the campaign.
His summer away with Holland was supposed to be his release. Sadly, injury would prevent that from happening and instead, Van de Beek would spend his time off pondering about what went wrong.
A couple of days ago, we did learn about the positive mindset Van de Beek has. He wants to stay in Manchester and fight for his United place.
Well, United have now been given an injury lift as the 24-year-old has been spotted in training for the first time this summer following injury. He was working at Carrington this morning:
No doubt after a few sessions, he’ll join up with the rest of the first-team squad, who are gearing up for a game against QPR this weekend.
For Van de Beek, it’s vital he gets a good pre-season under his belt. Going into the serious stuff fit and healthy cannot be underestimated, and it’ll also give him the best chance at fighting for regular starts.
I’m expecting we’ll see a better Van de Beek in the 2021/22 season. He’s too good of a player to just shy away and sit on the bench and I think he’ll really push hard to force his way in. No doubt that’ll start with cup games and appearances off the bench, but before long, he’ll be in those starting XIs with regularity, I’ve no doubt about that.
Welcome back, Donny!
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