Holland’s Donny van de Beek RULED OUT of Euro 2020 through injury


The season from hell! Donny van de Beek is RULED OUT of Euro 2020 with Holland revealing his injury struggle… having barely played for Manchester United since signing for £40m last summer

Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek has been ruled out of Holland’s Euro 2020 campaign through injury.

The 24-year-old was included in Frank de Boer’s 26-man squad for the tournament this summer but has had to withdraw due to not being fit to play. A replacement will not be called up.

A statement from the Holland FA, KNVB, on Tuesday read: ‘Donny van de Beek has to let the European championship pass by. The Manchester United midfielder is struggling with an injury.

Donny van de Beek (left) has been ruled out of Holland's Euro 2020 campaign through injury

Donny van de Beek (left) has been ruled out of Holland’s Euro 2020 campaign through injury

Van de Beek trained with his Holland team-mates on Monday with the Euros starting this week

Van de Beek trained with his Holland team-mates on Monday with the Euros starting this week

Van de Beek trained with his Holland team-mates on Monday with the Euros starting this week

After training in Zeist, Holland on Monday, Van de Beek was ruled out of the Euros on Tuesday

After training in Zeist, Holland on Monday, Van de Beek was ruled out of the Euros on Tuesday

After training in Zeist, Holland on Monday, Van de Beek was ruled out of the Euros on Tuesday

‘As a result, the 19-time international, who last played minutes in Orange in March during Gibraltar – Netherlands (0-7), is not available in time for the European Championship. 

‘National coach Frank de Boer does not call for a replacement for Van de Beek.

‘The Netherlands will play their first group match against Ukraine on Sunday, June 13. On Thursday, June 17, Austria will be the opponent, while the group stage will conclude with a meeting with North Macedonia on Monday, June 21. All duels take place in the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam.’

Van de Beek has endured a nightmare debut season in England following his £40million switch from Ajax last summer. 

His game time has been limited under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with just four Premier League starts under his belt in the 2020-21 campaign.



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