- Donny van de Beek spotted dating Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp's daughter
- The 23-year-old recently joined Manchester United on a five year deal from Dutch side Ajax
- Donny's arrival will provide depth for Ole Gunnar Solakjser's Red Devils next campaign
Manchester United new signing Donny van de Beek is currently dating the daughter of Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp.
The 23-year-old Dutch midfielder recently sealed a five-year move to Old Trafford valued around €39 million and his deal is expected to run out in the summer of 2025.
His arrival will futher help solidify the Red Devils' midfield which already has Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay and a few others.
Van de Beek's signing has further cemented Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's decision to contend for titles next campaign.
United have not lifted the Premier League title since 2013 - the last time Sir Alex Ferguson won it for them before retiring.
Though, they have been successful in a few cup competitions - winning the Europa League, as well as the FA Cup and EFL titles. They have not in anyway come closer to EPL glory since then.
After sealing his dream move to United earlier this month, the midfielder sent a farewell message to his boyhood club Ajax, appreciating them for his development over the years.
He wrote on Twitter: "After 13 years, I say goodbye to the club that played a huge part in my development. I thank everyone who made this move possible. Time has come for a new chapter, but Ajax FC and the fans will always have a special place in my heart. I will keep following you! Donny."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Man United summer signing Donny van de Beek is set to don the no.34 shirt after goalkeeper Dean Henderson gave up the number at the request of the Dutchman.
Van de Beek completed a switch to Old Trafford in a £40 million deal on Wednesday, September 3, to become United's first major signing.
The Dutch international has been sporting the no.6 shirt through his career with Ajax, but opted to switch to no.34 after his transfer to the Premier League.
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