Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag has finally send a very sensitive message to one of his former player at Ajax which he must listen to in order to survive and get the chance of being included in the first squad of Ten Hag.
This come just a few days after United made "huge" announcement after completing signing of Martinez whom is believed by the Dutchman Manager will help him to restore the glory of Manchester United which fades away for the last ten years after their super manager retired from active football.
This is the second signing which the Red Devil's has made so far since the transfer window of this summer was opened. The arrival of Martinez at Old Trafford will cause a great nightmare to Harry Maguire who is currently owning the armband of this great English football club and Ten Hag is now demanding great performance from him.
While the new boss of Manchester United was addressing the situation which sounds Harry Maguire just after he was howled by United's fans he said that he must prove him and perform better in order to rescue himself from this bad relationship with their fans.
He went ahead to advise his former superstar at Ajax Van where he said that, "It's the same for every player - he [van de Beek] has to do it by himself. Me as a manager and the coaching staff around him can do everything to set the right conditions so he can perform, but in the end, the player has to do it by himself."
"They have to take responsibility for their performance. Donny has the capability. I have seen it, but he has to prove himself."
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