Manchester United midfielder, Donny van de Beek, has made a U-turn on his future at Old Trafford following the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Netherlands international was one of several embellish players intending to push for a move away in the January window after failing to secure a regular role under Solskjaer.
Prior, to Solskjaer’s dismissal on Sunday, the midfielder had featured in just six games for Man United this season and had lost his place in his country’s national side due to his lack of regular playing time.
However, reports from MailOnline claim that Van de Beek is now assessing his options following Solskjaer’s exit and could be tempted to stay at Man United if his chances of playing regularly improve in the next few weeks.
The report also added that Van de Beek’s teammate, Jesse Lingard, whose contract expires at the end of the season, is still planning to leave Man United in January, regardless of the club’s managerial situation.
Meanwhile, Man United’s interim manager, Michael Carrick, put a huge show of faith in Van de Beek on Tuesday night as he started the midfielder in their Champions League 2-0 win over Villarreal in Spain.