Manchester United rejected three bids for Donnie Van De Beek in the summer. ⋆ News from Somag

Fabrizio Romano believes Donnie van de Beek will stay at Manchester United and Erik ten Hag is confident in his potential.

A reliable reporter has told Give Me Sport that the Red Devils have rejected three bids for the midfielder in the summer.

Two of those approaches came from a Premier League rival and another from a club in Italy.

Romano said: “In the last days of the summer transfer window, until deadline day, they received three offers from one Italian and two English clubs for Donnie van de Beek.

“They said no because Ten witch is convinced of his potential, so I’m sure they will try to protect the player.”

The Dutchman has had a torrid time at Old Trafford, scoring just four goals in 60 games.

He has struggled for game time, fitness and injuries and is finding it difficult to adapt to his place at the club.

Never seeming to be on the same page as his teammates when on the pitch, Van de Beek often delayed promising counter-attacking opportunities under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and subsequent managers.

His general lack of involvement was also noticeable: the former Ajax star often took a small number of touches and did not affect matches.

Despite Ten Haag’s appointment at the club, Van de Beek’s the current season is no better than his other players in a United shirt.

He played poorly in the first half of the campaign, missed out on the Dutch national team for the World Cup and picked up a season-ending injury against Bournemouth in early January.

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The news that his manager still believes in him can lift Van de Beek’s spirit somewhat because, unfortunately, there are few such fans among United.