In the last summer transfer window, Manchester United agreed a deal worth £39million with Ajax to hire the services of Dutch attacker Donny van de Beek (Sky Sports).
Unfortunately, the former Eredivisie star has mainly been a bench warmer since moving to Old Trafford.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then Inter Milan are interested in signing the Netherlands star on loan till the end of the season.
According to an exclusive story covered by FC Inter News, sporting director Ausilio has made an approach to the 23-year-old in order to lure him on temporary basis till June. However, it is stated that Man Utd would not want to lose him on loan.
Van de Beek is naturally a central attacking midfielder and playing in the No.10 role, he regularly scored goals and provided assists for Ajax in the last two campaigns.
The current dilemma for the Dutchman is that at Old Trafford, Portuguese superstar Bruno Fernandes is the first choice CAM and he is irreplaceable in the starting XI.
In such a scenario, Van de Beek has only started two games in the Premier League thus far under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
He has already played 10 times for the senior national side and FC Inter News have mentioned that the attacker wants to feature for his country at the European Championships in the summer.
To get selected in the Oranje squad, he needs to play regular first team football and that is not possible at Man Utd at the moment. In your view, should Solskjaer allow Donny van de Beek to leave on loan until the end of the season?