The 24-year-old had a disappointing first Premier League campaign last season after being signed by the Red Devils from Ajax last summer.
Van de Beek was barred from just four Premier League starts by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and ended up scoring one goal and assisting in a total of 19 top-flight games for the Red Devils.
His absence while playing last season has hinted that he could be on his way to leave Old Trafford this summer, with Real Madrid and Arsenal being tipped off as a possible Dutchman.
Italian journalist Romano, however, has now insisted that in the current situation, Van de Beek should stay at Old Trafford – although the situation could change if there is an offer from a foreign club in the coming weeks.
Speaking on the Here We Go podcast, Romano said: “Van De Beek has been very professional at Manchester United.
“So he’s a good man. Manchester United love him. It’s a 50/50 situation.
“He is lucky to leave if a big offer comes in, but he is lucky to remain at Manchester United.
“He will not be included in [Raphael] Varane’s agreement with Real Madrid. It is not something they are discussing.
“Rumors about Arsenal are not true. He will not go to Arsenal. Let’s see if a club from another league will try Van De Beek.
Van de Beek played 36 games for Manchester United in all competitions last season and scored one goal.