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He’s Free to Go, No Prospects at Man United, His Spot is Filled: Erik ten Hag acknowledges that the £40 million player’s time at Manchester United is over, and he is welcome to leave this summer.

Following his impressive debut with Manchester United in 2020, Van van Beek has faced ongoing challenges securing a spot in the squad.


Despite reuniting with former Ajax manager Erik ten Hag, his playing time remains limited, with only 21 minutes across all competitions this season.


Should Van de Beek decide to explore opportunities elsewhere, Ten Hag has expressed support for his decision, acknowledging the midfielder’s need for regular game time.


Van van Beek himself has voiced his desire to play more frequently, recognizing the importance of consistent match experience for his career growth.


While grateful for his time at Manchester United and acknowledging the financial rewards, Van de Beek prioritizes his passion for football and the thrill of regular competition.


Having recovered from a knee injury that sidelined him last season, Van van Beek is eager to return to action and is prepared to consider all options, whether it’s staying with United or moving to another club.


Despite his struggles at United, Van de Beek’s potential was evident during his time at Ajax, where he garnered acclaim and even a Ballon d’Or nomination for his contributions to the team’s success.


Despite interest from top clubs like Real Madrid, Van van Beek opted for Manchester United in 2020 but has since faced limited opportunities.


Now, as he contemplates his future, Van van Beek has been linked with various European clubs, including AC Milan, Inter, Roma, and even the possibility of returning to Ajax or exploring options with OGC Nice or Celtic.

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