Manchester United star “isn’t up to the pace” after taking “five years” to make a pass says pundit

Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has come under heavy criticism after his recent performance against Aston Villa.

Van de Beek had a chance to impress Erik ten Hag in midweek with the Manchester United manager starting in the Europa League against Sevilla.

The Dutch midfielder had little impact during the match, but with Bruno Fernandes sidelined against Aston Villa, Van de Beek had another chance in the starting eleven.

However, Manchester United were not in the races and suffered an away defeat.

Donny van de Beek continues to face an uncertain future at Man United.

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Now pundit Clinton Morrison has slammed the Manchester United man after his recent performance.

“Donny van de Beek took about five years to play the ball and that’s why he’s not up to date,” Morrison said, speaking on BBC Radio Five Live, as broadcast by Metro.

Van de Beek has struggled to find consistent form at Manchester United and sadly his recent performances have not helped his cause.

Van de Beek’s future appears to be far from Manchester United, with Fernandes at the top of the pecking order and the Dutchman struggling to impress when the opportunity presents itself.

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