Manchester United are currently working hard to get back on track after a disappointing season where they finish sixth in the table. They brought new manager Eric Ten Hag who is expected to turn things around next season and get them back to title contenders.
The arrival of Ten Hag might change many things at Old Trafford as there are players who might benefit more. One of the player who might benefit with the arrival of Ten Hag is Van De Beek.
The Dutch midfielder has been struggling since joining Manchester United where he has spent most time starting from the bench. Last season he was forced to move out on loan to Everton in search of more playing time.
When he was at Ajax, he used to be one of the most important player under Ten Hag. He helped them to reach the semifinals of UCL back in 2019. Many had expected him to bring a positive impact to Manchester United back his lack of more playing time made him to struggle to break into the first eleven.
Next season, things might change for Van De Beek as he will be reuniting with his former coach Eric Ten Hag. This means he might get more playing time under his former coach just like his used to be when he was at Ajax.
Ten Hag might help Van De Beek to get back to his best next season just like he was at Ajax. This now means that Van De Beek might benefit more with the arrival of Ten Hag.
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