Silvestre advises the Man United player: “You have six months to save your career or quit

Donny van de Beek, a midfielder for Manchester United, was informed by former Arsenal great Mikael Silvestre that he had only six months left at Old Trafford to save his career.

If the Dutchman didn’t make good use of these five to six months, Silvestre warned him, he should quit the Theatre of Dreams.

This weekend marks the start of the second half of the season, and Silvestre opined that now is Da Beek’s chance to make things right.

Silvestre, a former Manchester United player, made this statement before to the Red Devils’ Boxing Day Premier League match against Nottingham Forest on December 27.

Despite Marcus Rashford scoring Manchester United’s second goal just before the hour mark in their Carabao Cup triumph over Burnley on Thursday, van de Beek was not on the field.

Unfortunately, we haven’t noticed a change for Donny van de Beek, Silvestre said to bettingexpert.

“There should be a change if it is not done within the next five to six months, or until the end of the current season.

“Yes, there will be many more games, so new players will be required. He’s supposed to come off the bench and seize the chances.

“When you don’t have a run of games, it’s difficult. Let’s see what happens with Donny van de Beek.

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