Donnie van de Beek’s injury is expected to be prolonged.

Van de Beek made a start against Bournemouth in the 19th round of the English Premier League (EPL) in the 2022-23 season held at Old Trafford in Manchester, England at 5 am (Korean time) on the 4th. The match ended in a 3-0 victory for Manchester United.

It was an important opportunity for Van de Beek. He had many games left this season due to injury, and even if he played, most of them were substituted. It was a chance to appeal to coach Eric ten Haag by showing off his skills as the opponent was a lower-ranking team.

Van de Beek, who started as a starter after a long time, blew a path to the team’s attack by going back and forth from the right and center. He was able to confirm his will to show something through active movements. However, he had to swallow tears as he suffered serious injuries.

The situation occurred in the 41st minute of the first half. A corner kick was taken in the United camp, and the ball then flowed out of the penalty box. At this time, Bournemouth Marcos Senesi’s tackle went deep into Van de Beek’s knee. Van de Beek held onto his knee and complained of his pain, and was saddened to be replaced.

After the game, Ten Haag looked worried and explained Van de Beek’s injury, saying, “It doesn’t look good. There’s nothing I can say at this point. We’ll have to see how it goes.”

British multiple media looked pessimistically at the extent of Van de Beek’s injury, and the prospect of a season out came out. Journalist Ross Harwood, who focuses on Manchester United news, said: “Van de Beek is likely to leave for at least five or six months. His season is over.”스포츠토토

At this rate, it seems that Van the Beek’s season will end like this. In 5-6 months, the season is already over, and the pre-season for the next season is underway. Some are looking at a longer time than this.

It really doesn’t work out. Van de Beek wore a Manchester United uniform through the transfer market in the summer of 2020. He has since failed to establish himself as a regular, and was loaned out to Everton last season. Ahead of this season, I wanted to change with the arrival of my own ‘gift’ coach Ten Hagh, but due to frequent injuries, I failed to make a comeback.