[인터풋볼] Reporter Ha Geun-soo = Donny van der Beek, who was on loan to Everton, returned to Manchester United. It remains to be seen whether Van der Beek, who has been reunited with manager Eric Ten Haach, will succeed in his revival next season.
On the 5th (Korean time), Manchester United highlighted the players who entered the pre-season through the club’s official SNS. Fred, Diogo Dalot, Anthony Elanga, Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and other key players worked hard at the Carrington Training Grounds.
There were also friendly faces. Van der Beek, who went on loan to Everton last winter. After playing seven games under Frank Lampard at the end of the season, van der Beek said goodbye to Everton fans before returning to Manchester United.
Van der Beek is highly anticipated next season. In September 2020, Van der Beek left Ajax and moved to Manchester United. He joined Old Trafford for a modest transfer fee of €39 million (approx.
This was also the case under Ralph Rangnick, who took over after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked. Van der Beek was completely excluded from the English Premier League (EPL) and did not even get a chance at domestic cup competitions until the English FA Cup and the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup).
Van der Wiek was then reunited with manager Ten Haach at Manchester United. As he played a leading role during the 2018-19 season at Ajax during the UEFA Champions League semi-final blast, there is also a prospect that coach Ten Haach will use him again.
Of course, even if Ten Haach took over, fierce competition is expected. Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic have left, but new players are being considered. It was also close to the move to Manchester United, Frenkie the Yong, who grew up to be a world-class player in Barcelona after sharing a lot with Ajax.
Van der Wiek was put in a position to prove himself between his old master, whom he had reunited with after a long time, as well as his new associates. United will test van der Wiek during preseason against Liverpool, Melbourne Victory, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Atletico Madrid and Rayo Vallecano.
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