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Ten Hag was right, Van de Beek’s nightmare goes on even outside from Man United

By Mario Perez

Ten Hag was right, Van de Beek’s nightmare goes on even outside from Man United

The player has struggled in his first minutes with Eintracht Frankfurt

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Manchester United’s former midfielder Donny van de Beek went under the spotlight in the last few days after making his debut with Eintracht Frankfurt in Bundesliga following his surprising arrival to the German club from the Red Devils in the January transfer market due to his lack of minutes under Ten Hag’s management at United.

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The Dutch midfielder, who felt betrayed by the coach, who had been really important in his first years in Ajax, signed with the German side to start a new challenge in European football and recover his best level of football, something that doesn’t be really close to the poor reality lived by him these days.

In this sense, it would be worth mentioning that the Dutchman recently made his first appearance with his new team in Bundesliga and far from convincing his new public, completed another disappointing performance on the pitch. Despite starting the game facing Eintracht against Leipzig, which ended in a 1-0 victory for his team, Van de Beek struggled to make an impact, attempting eight passes and touching the ball just 14 times before being replaced by Fares Chaibi.

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The player would be still fighting to recover a good level on the pitch

The one against RB Leipzig was scarcely the third game played by Donny van de Beek in this season, after having netted only twice for United in the 62 appearances he had made for the Red Devils before joining Eintracht on a permanent transfer for €14 million to try to rebuild his career out of Manchester and the player would be still fighting to recover a good level on the pitch during the next few months.


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