The Dutch midfielder has struggled to clock up regular playing time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, having arrived at the Old Trafford outfit from Dutch giants Ajax in the last market.
He has only started two Premier League matches so far this campaign while remaining on the bench as an unused substitute in each of United’s last six league outings.
Manchester United signed the midfielder for £35 million, but whether he was the right addition to Ole’s squad is a topic of discussion among the fans.
And according to a recent report by the Italian website Calciomercato.it, the reigning Serie A champions Juventus are keeping tabs on the talented player’s situation at Old Trafford.
The Turin side are firm admirers of Donny and are among the first in line to snap up the former Ajax prospect should he leave Old Trafford.
It has been stated that Solskjaer has promised the 23-year-old talent that he will have more opportunities during the rest of the campaign, with the club actively chasing silverware in three competitions, and Donny leaving the club during the current market period has been ruled out.
The Netherlands international started for Manchester United in their 3-2 victory against Liverpool on Sunday and all eyes will be on whether his manager hands him more playing time during the remainder of the season.