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Manchester United player, Van de Beek joins Chelsea ex-manager, Frank Lampard at Everton on a loan contract

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Netherlands International player and Manchester United midfielder, Donny van de Beek, has agreed to join Everton on loan until the end of the season.

Chelsea ex-manager Frank Lampard has left no stone unturned as he has been making improvements in Everton Football Club as the new Coach.

 

Days after Frank was assigned as the new manager of Everton, he went further to buy the player, Van de Beek on a loan contract with an option to buy.

 

Donny who joined United from Ajax in the summer of 2020 has had 50 appearances with the club, scoring two goals in the process.

According to the Manchester United website on Monday, the club said they decided to allow Van de Beek to go on loan to give the midfielder enough playing time.

The Club wrote…

Van de Beek’s professionalism and work ethic were recently praised by interim manager Ralf Rangnick, but the fierce competition for places in our midfield has limited his playing time.

“A decision was made to allow Donny to look for regular football elsewhere and, as such, the 24-year-old will spend the remainder of 2021/22 with Everton,”