Date: 25th November 2023 at 7:12pm
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Manchester United will travel to Merseyside on Sunday to face Everton at Goodison Park.

The Red Devils will be looking for another victory to make it five wins for them from their last six Premier League fixtures.

Another three points could move Erik ten Hag’s side closer to the top four and would take their total tally to 24 points.

However, their opponents have also been in red-hot form recently, picking up 10 points from their last five games despite a very sluggish start to the campaign.

Despite Everton’s impressive spell, their hard work on the pitch has been overshadowed by turmoil off the pitch.

Last weekend the Toffees were handed a 10-point deduction for breaching the Premier League’s profitability and sustainability rules.

This caused them to drop to 19th place in the table with four points.

Out of favour Manchester United midfielder Donny Van de Beek will unlikely make the matchday squad for the game.

Now, he has made his intentions very clear regarding his future at Old Trafford.

According to an interview with the Mirror, Van de Beek has admitted that he is ready to leave the club.

Donny Van de Beek has struggled for game time at United since the arrival of Erik ten Hag as manager.

Van de Beek will look for an exit in an attempt to find regular playing time elsewhere.

“I am bouncing to play matches again,” he said. 

“I need to start playing games again very soon- if not at Man United then at another club.

“I am absolutely crazy about football. I earn a good living at United, but money is not my motivation. I want to enjoy my work every day.”

Van de Beek has only made two appearances off the bench for the Manchester outfit this season.

The midfielder joined United in 2020 for around £35m after spectacular performances under Ten Hag at Dutch giants Ajax.

However, he struggled to hit the ground running with the Red Devils and even struggled to make an impact during a loan spell with the Toffees in Merseyside.

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