Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has spoken out on the absence of Donny van de Beek ahead of his side’s Champions League clash with RB Leipzig on Wednesday.
The Netherlands international is yet to start a match in the Premier League or Champions League since his £40million move from Ajax. But that could be set to change.
United go up against RB Leipzig looking to build on their win over PSG last week.
And Solskjaer said: “We look at every single game as a chance to get three points and in the group stage of four teams, you’d think 10 points will get you through.
“To get to 10 points as quick as we can is our aim.”
“When Donny has played, he’s played really well. It says a lot about our depth of quality in the squad that we don’t have to use him every game. It also says everything about our ambitions.
“Donny is going to play a big part this year. I know at the moment the topic is Donny van de Beek.