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Van de Beek feels 'misled' at Man Utd

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Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has been left frustrated by his situation.

The Manchester Evening News says Van de Beek feels 'upset' about his situation at United as the club contemplates whether to let him leave on loan before Monday's transfer deadline.

Dressing room sources say Van de Beek believes he has been misled over his second season at the club as he has failed to start a single Premier League game.

The 24-year-old has only started four times this season - in the Champions League group stage and League Cup - and last lined up in a meaningful league game at West Ham in December 2020.

Van de Beek wants to leave United to get regular playing time after he was omitted from returning Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal's first three squads earlier this season.

Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund were offered Van de Beek earlier this month and Crystal Palace have shown interest but United interim manager Ralf Rangnick would like to keep the Dutchman as United are light in midfield. United sources say nothing new has emerged regarding Van de Beek's future.

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