Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek has been ruled out of Euro 2020 due to injury. Van de Beek endured a difficult 2020-21 season with Manchester United, making only 15 starts for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side. The 24-year-old played no active role in the Netherlands' European Championship warm-up fixtures against Scotland and Georgia.
It was announced by the Dutch federation – the KNVB – on Tuesday that Van de Beek will miss the tournament, and head coach Frank de Boer has decided against replacing the former Ajax man in his squad.
"Van de Beek has to let the European Championship pass by," the KNVB announced on Twitter.
"The midfielder is struggling with an injury. As a result, he is not available in time for EURO 2020. Frank de Boer will not call a replacement for Van de Beek."
The nature of Van de Beek's injury blow was not specified, but he had been seen training away from the main group.
Van de Beek may have seen the tournament as an opportunity to prove a point, having been frequently sidelined at Old Trafford following his £34.7million move from Ajax last August, but he must now get himself fit for the 2021-22 campaign.