Donny van de Beek celebrates Man Utd transfer by splashing out on £150,000 luxury Range Rover SVAutobiography

Posted Saturday, September 19, 2020 by

DONNY VAN DE BEEK has splashed out £150,000 on a swanky new Range Rover.

Manchester United's new star wasted no time in investing in the luxury set of wheels after his £39million transfer from Ajax went through earlier this month.

Donny van de Beek celebrates Man Utd transfer by splashing out on £150,000 luxury Range Rover SVAutobiography
Donny van de Beek has splashed out on a £150k Range Rover

Pictures from the Guy Salmon dealership in Knutsford, Cheshire show a black Range Rover SVAutobiography sitting on the forecourt with Van de Beek's name on it.

A green "SOLD" sticker was attached to the windscreen with the Dutchman's name spelled incorrectly.

It read: "MUFC - Van der Beek. Sales executive name: Chris Aven."

The flash motors are available from £140k for the basic model up to an eye-watering £177k for personalised packages.

SunSport understands Van de Beek paid £150k for his.

United fans across the world are excited to see Van de Beek play for the first time against Crystal Palace tomorrow.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to start the 23-year-old alongside Bruno Fernandes for the Old Trafford clash.

Elsewhere, former United No1 and Ajax CEO Edwin van der Sar can see similarities between Van de Beek and Old Trafford legend Paul Scholes.

Asked what United can expect from Van de Beek, the ex-keeper told MUTV Group Chat: "He can play in different positions in midfield.

"He can be a six or an eight or a ten, he has a great eye for goal. His technique is brilliant, he can go box to box.

"I'd compare him a little bit to Scholesy, although Scholesy had a cracker of a shot from 30-40 yards out and that's not Donny's strength, but he likes to come into the box and chip in with goals.

"Maybe it's unfair to compare him to Scholesy actually, but he's a good lad and I'm sure he'll be a great addition to the team that Ole is creating for United.

"I presume he's had a talk with Ole and they've talked about different positions [he can play].

"He's multi-functional, he can play a little bit deeper which I think is his preferred role."

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