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‘He has to play: Erik ten Hag confirms £35m star can leave Man Utd in January.

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A new incident involving injury occurred at the Anfield training facility today.”He is required to play:” Erik ten Hag confirms a £35 million player may depart Manchester United in January.Due to his dearth of playing time, Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has confirmed that midfielder Donny van de Beek may depart the club in January.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – AUGUST 22: Donny van de Beek of Manchester United looks on during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool FC at Old Trafford on August 22, 2022 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Beginning in 2023, the Netherlands international sustained a knee injury that prevented him from playing for United for the remainder of the 2022–23 season.Although he recovered in time for preseason, the former Ajax player has appeared in fewer than thirty minutes of first-team action so far this season.

 

Van de Beek recently acknowledged that it may be time for him to move on from United, and Ten Hag’s recent remarks have paved the way for his departure.The manager acknowledged at yesterday’s press conference that Van de Beek must perform and could pursue his career elsewhere if he so desired.

 

He stated on Manutd.com, “I believe Donny should participate. He was a member of the squad during games, which afforded him opportunities; however, his season commenced slowly as he continued to recuperate from physical setbacks.

 

“However, he has returned and is performing admirably in training, so I can see that he must play. If we cannot give him perspective, he must do so for his career and for all that.Prior to his £35 million transfer to the Red Devils over three years ago, the Dutchman had amassed considerable attention following his successful tenure at Ajax.

 

Nevertheless, he has been unable to adjust to the requirements of the Premier League. His intensity has been insufficient to suit United’s plans. Additionally, he faltered while on loan at Everton.

 

A mere two goals and two assists in 62 appearances is an extremely disappointing tally in light of his prior accomplishments. We consider him to have ought to have departed the club last summer.

 

Since quite some time, the signs have pointed in his direction, and it appears that even Ten Hag concurs that he ought to contemplate a change of pace when the transfer window reopens in the winter.The transfer period will resume this winter.

 

United will be forced to minimize their losses against the 2019 Champions League runner-up. It is not unexpected that Van de Beek might be enticed to rejoin the Eredivisie, potentially with Ajax.

 

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