Donny van Beek on Manchester United stay: It is hard to say where my future is

Donny van Beek back from injury for Manchester United
Donny van Beek.

Midfielder Donny van Beek scored during this week’s 1-0 win over Lyon in a friendly in Scotland.

Van Beek had been sidelined by injury for several months. Whether he remains with Manchester United for the 2023-24 English Premier League remains in the balance.

What Donny van Beek said

“It is hard to say where my future is,” said van de Beek after the match.

“I am coming back from injury. I have trained for a few weeks now and I have played my first minutes today.

“I am fit but I still need to keep going and try to push as hard as possible. Let’s see what happens. There is also the possibility that I move – everything is open.”

Van Beek relished scoring the winning goal against Lyon, who ended the 2022-23 French Ligue 1, and welcomed the recruitment of former Ajax team-mate Andre Onana to Manchester United.

Van Beek on Andre Onana

Onana is joining Manchester United from Inter Milan in the Italian Serie A. He will effectively replace fellow goalkeeper David de Gea, who recently left Manchester United.

“For me personally it is a big moment. Of course it is nice if you score a goal, but people who have experienced such a big injury will know I have waited so long for this moment,” added van Beek.

“I know it is only a friendly but it is a massive moment for me. You realise you enjoy football so much.

“Andre is a great goalkeeper. I played with him for many years and he is a great personality. He is good with his feet and good on the line.

“My expectations are high for Andre. He is a great person.”

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