Manchester United have been told what position Donny van de Beek would be best suited to play at Old Trafford.
The Netherlands international looks set to join the Red Devils this summer.
A bid of £40m has been accepted after the midfielder told Ajax he did not want to play for them anymore.
He will become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first signing of the transfer window after a frustrating few months.
However, Van de Beek looks set to battle for a first-team spot at United.
But Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan reckons the 23-year-old will be a star and even compared him to Frank Lampard.
“I can’t see him playing in a defensive midfield role,” he told talkSPORT.
“He wants to use his stamina and energy and likes to get in the box.
“I would say he’s far more a player like Frank Lampard in his great days for Chelsea and England.
"I think he would play probably with another attacking midfielder and a holding midfielder, but it depends what Solskjaer has got in mind.
“In the Dutch national team Van de Beek plays with Frenkie de Jong as the holding midfielder and Gini Wijnaldum as the other attacking box-to-box midfielder.
"Wijnaldum and Van de Beek are both very multi-functioning players and maybe that would be the solution for Manchester United.
“But, in another way, Donny is not really worried where he plays.
"He fits in, he’s easy going, he’s not arrogant, he’s a down to earth lad and, let’s not forget, he might get a tip or two from his father-in-law Dennis Bergkamp who has played a few games in the Premier League…”
United still have several other targets in mind as the transfer window rages on.
Jadon Sancho remains the priority but Borussia Dortmund are not making matters easy.
However, Solskjaer's attempts to sign Jack Grealish appear to be up now with Van de Beek set to take his spot.