The Dutch midfielder joined the Ajax club for a fee of £ 40 million in the summer transfer window but has yet to make a significant impact.
Bruno Fernandes has insisted that his fellow Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek also has a lot more to come from.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sparingly used Van de Beek, despite scoring against Crystal Palace on his Premier League debut.
The 23-year-old has been unable to have the effect he would have liked up to now at Old Trafford and has come on as a late substitute in the vast majority of games.
“He’s come from Ajax. I had a coach before, from Sporting [Marcel Kaiser], he was Donny’s coach too at Ajax,” Fernandes said according to Mirror.
“I know how they want to play and how they like to play – they like that little one-two, that connection and that, if we can say, ‘tiki-taka’ football and Donny is one of those guys from the beautiful Ajax football.”
“They teach that growing up and they give a lot of good players to the world. If you look at the semi-final they played against Tottenham [in 2018/19], most of the players from that team are playing in big clubs and doing well.”
“I hope Donny can do a lot of things for us and I’m sure he will do. Of course, though every player has to take time to get settled in the club and I think he is doing well, he can do much better for us and he also wants to do much better.”