Donny van de Beek insists he's not thinking about speculation linking him with a move to Celtic.

The Dutchman scored on his Manchester United comeback from injury on Wednesday as Erik ten Hag's side defeated Olympique Lyonnais at Murrayfield.

The 26-year-old timed his volley to perfection as he swept home a cross from the right wing early in the second half during the pre-season friendly.

The midfielder's time at Old Trafford has been ravaged by injury since his move from Ajax. 

He previously spent time out on loan at Everton, and there has been growing talk that the Dutch international will be leaving the club this summer, whether that be on loan or permanently.

A fortnight ago, Celtic reportedly emerged as one of the clubs interested in his signature, with the idea of a season-long loan floated.

But van de Beek was keen to point out that he's been linked with numerous clubs, with not all of the information true, although, he did stop short of ruling it out.

He said: "I've been linked with so many clubs, you know how it is. Most of the time things are not true. Let's see about my future.

"I don't know, I'm not focussing on that. Everything is open. I'm really proud to wear this shirt and I realise that every day. I will push and then let's see what happens. 

"A move away from the club could be a possibility. Let's see. I've just come back from an injury and I think I have other things to focus on."

The midfielder played in the second 45 minutes of the game in Edinburgh, which was a drab affair. 

It was a huge milestone for him though, and the relief on his face was clear after watching the ball fly into the top corner.

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He explained: "It was personally a big moment for me. It's nice to score a goal as well. To have such a big injury and come back, of course, I know it's just a friendly but it was a massive moment. You realise how much you enjoy football.

"I've been training for a few weeks now and I've played my first minutes. I feel fit and I just need to keep going. I will push as hard as possible."