There are a lot of things that MU has to look into over a 2-week break to make way for national team matches. Although Paul Pogba has created a fresh headache from the remarks of coach Didier Deschamps and the individual French player, the Red Devils still have good sides.

Donny van de Beek shines with a saving goal against Spain in the Dutch team top

Since the essence of the match is a gentle and polite one, what Van de Beek displays will definitely allow him to win a valuable place in the coming match against Poland.
Coach Ole Solskjaer hoped that Van de Beek would not be like Luke Shaw or any of the other players injured in the match. Since, considering the relatively limited use of Van de Beek after the €35 million deal was signed, the Norwegian strategist has promised that Van de Beek would play more as fans. The graves are crying out.
The harsh timetable for the coming weeks causes coach Ole Solskjaer to contemplate turning around. This will be the opportunity for Van de Beek to build opportunities. Ole Solskjaer admires Van de Beek’s honesty. He assumes that knowledge and versatility can allow the Dutch player to take a variety of positions.
At Amex, Van de Beek always drifted to the left wing under the guidance of Solskjaer and finished the game in a position where he could see himself playing more often in the future, “number 10.” With MU not having many options, particularly when Rashford is not sure if he will play against West Brom this weekend due to physical issues, this could be the perfect time for Van de Beek to adjust to the position. Latest. New. Since in the middle of the field, three places were tied to Bruno Fernandes, Fred and Scott McTominay by their persuasive results.