Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek is set to explore an exit away from the club.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reports via Twitter that the Dutchman has accepted to needs to look at alternatives.

He wrote: “EXCL: Donny van de Beek will explore options on the market in the next weeks as he could leave Man United.

#MUFC Donny loves the club and ten Hag but he needs and wants to play regularly next season. Told he’ll be ready for pre-season after long injury.”

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Donny van de Beek set to explore options

Donny van de Beek is back in training again after suffering a knee injury against Bournemouth in early January, which required surgery.

While he will be fit for pre-season, it is unclear if he will be in Manchester United’s plans.

Van de Beek signed for Manchester United in 2020 and his spell at the club has been a big disappointment.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer did not see him as a starter, and Ralf Rangnick sent him on loan to Everton. The appointment of his former Ajax boss Erik ten Hag gave him a last chance – which he didn’t grab.

Van de Beek has only six Premier League starts for Manchester United in three seasons at the club.

United are looking to strengthen again this summer, and there is no path to a regular starting role for Van de Beek.

It’s possible he leaves on loan, but United should be open to offers too, if there is a good fee the club could get for him.

Van de Beek is right to explore his options. For the sake of his own career, he needs a completely fresh start.

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