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Van Persie talks about Van de Beek ahead of his Manchester United move

Former Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie has warned his countryman Van de Beek about the pressures of playing in the premier league ahead of his move to Manchester United.

Donny van de Beek is set to join the red devils after the international break having completed his medical.

But Van Persie who is not a new person in the league having played for Arsenal and Manchester United has now warned the 23-year-Old midfielder on the pressures he may face in England.

'Donny van de Beek is 23-years-old and that is a nice age to make a transfer to the Premier League,' Van Persie wrote in his column for De Telegraaf.
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'I was a bit younger when I went to Arsenal, and in the locker room, I was considered a player for the future. Winning the UEFA Cup with Feyenoord meant nothing. The Premier League is a completely different world.

'Donny will be brought in as a major purchase from Manchester United, but he will discover that those other 22 players have also been brought in as a "major purchase". One had an even bigger transfer than the other.

'It means that he has to stand there right away and he has to mentally adjust to that. Because Manchester United is in every way a beast of a club.'

The midfielder started his career at Ajax, going on to represent the club on 210 occasions while registering 49 strikes between the period.

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