DONNY VAN DE BEEK has taken an apparent swipe at Ralf Rangnick and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by declaring he ‘wants to show some people are wrong’ during his Everton loan spell.
Van de Beek, 24, failed to win over both bosses during his bleak 18 months at Manchester United.
The Dutch ace made just 27 Premier League appearances following a £40million move from Ajax.
And Van de Beek was eventually shipped off to Everton on loan in January.
He has already impressed in four games under Frank Lampard.
And many believe Van de Beek can still recapture the form that made him a superstar in Holland.
The player himself is eager to silence his critics.
And Van de Beek believes he can ‘show some people are wrong’ if he performs to his top level at Goodison Park.
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Van de Beek said: “Yes [I have a point to prove] but it is also for everyone around me.
“If I play well, I do it for them, for my girlfriend and for my family and friends.
“I want to give joy to those people and to the fans.
“Then I want to do it for myself. Of course sometimes I am disappointed and frustrated.
“But I always try to stay positive and believe there will be a day it will change.
“I can only change it with hard work, I want to show that some people are wrong and I still have the quality to play. I always aim to do this.”
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