Manchester United star Donny van de Beek is making a major change to try and secure a move away from Old Trafford in January.
Van de Beek, 24, was promised more playing time this season, but so far has been forced to sit and watch from the bench as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have struggled at home and in Europe.
Since he joined the Red Devils from Ajax for £40million last September, the Dutchman has started four times in the Premier League and been an unused substitute on 25 occasions.
Those sorry stats have led to speculation that he could depart Old Trafford in January, something that now seems a real possibility if reports in the Netherlands are to be believed.
According to Dutch outlet Voetbal International, Van de Beek is changing his agent in an attempt to find a route out of his United nightmare.
They claim that the player's career will now be handled by Ali Dursun, who 'must find a solution' for his future.
Dursun will seemingly replace Guido Albers, who almost secured Van de Beek a move to Everton during the summer.
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Following the collapse of the switch to Goodison Park, Albers told Ziggo Sport: "Cristiano arrived on Friday which we knew was bad news for us.
"Pogba plays on the left, and with Cristiano’s arrival it means another extra player in midfield, with Pogba moving away from the left.
"We had conversations with Solskaer and the board. We took the initiative to find a club and our search ended up at Everton. We opened talks with Marcel Brands and Farhad Moshiri.
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"On Monday night [before deadline day] we received a call from Solskaer and the club who told us that a transfer was out of question and that he had to report himself to training the next morning."
Van de Beek hasn't featured in any of United's last six matches and was filmed doing training sprints on the Old Trafford pitch in the wake of Sunday's defeat to Liverpool.
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