Donny van de Beek is now ready to leave Manchester United barely one season after he joined last summer due to lack of game time, MySportDab reports.
The midfielder joined the Red Devils’ from Ajax last summer but he has failed to seal his place in the first-team.
Van De Beek has only started two Premier League matches since he joined United.
According to the Daily Star, Van De Beek will now hold talks with United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward before the season ends.
He wants to leave Old Trafford to kick-start his career again.
The Dutch midfielder has started 11 matches across all competitions, and the rest of his 15 appearances as a substitute.
Van De Beek is behind Fred, Scott McTominay, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba and Fred in midfield.
The 23-year-old is also concerned that his lack of playing time could affect his chances of being selected as part of Holland’s squad for the Euros.
Van De Beek has been unavailable over the last three weeks due to a muscle injury.
However, he is now in contention to play in United’s Europa League last 16 second leg tie at AC Milan on Thursday.
There have been previous signs of frustration from Van de Beek about his situation at Old Trafford.
He can only play as a central midfielder or attacking midfield, which is currently occupied by Bruno Fernandes.