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Man Utd ace 'will be allowed to leave club' after telling Ten Hag he is unhappy

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MANCHESTER UNITED will allow a key player leave this summer after he told manager Erik ten Hag he’s “unhappy” at Old Trafford.

United are looking to turn the page come June during new part owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s first ever summer transfer window in charge with a special emphasis on young talent.

Eriksen has raised frustration with his lack of minutes to Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag

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Eriksen has raised frustration with his lack of minutes to Man Utd boss Erik ten HagCredit: Getty
Manchester United will allow Christian Eriksen to leave this summer

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Manchester United will allow Christian Eriksen to leave this summerCredit: EPA
Eriksen told Ten Hag he is 'unhappy' with his role at Man Utd

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Eriksen told Ten Hag he is ‘unhappy’ with his role at Man Utd

And the Red Devils seem set to build their midfield around rising star Kobbie Mainoo, who is in talks over a new long-term contract following a breakout season under Ten Hag.

That could see some other notable figures making way for a new generation of talent.

Christian Eriksen could be among them after falling down the pecking order.

According to The Mirror, Eriksen, 32, will be allowed to leave the Manchester giants come June.

The playmaker has previously raised frustrations over his lack of game time during private talks with Ten Hag.

And United are open to selling the Denmark international as he approaches the final year of his deal.

Galatasaray have already shown interest in the ex-Tottenham star, who won’t be short of suitors at the end of the season.

The Dane also enjoyed a stunning six-month spell with Brentford two years ago after his stunning return to action following his shocking cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.

Eriksen previously said: “I have previously stated that I am not satisfied with not playing, but it’s not something that keeps me up at night.

“The team is performing, and I must respect the role I have alongside. For my part, it has been about working hard and focusing on being fresh for every game, and I am. It is easier now to accept my role than it would have been before.

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“I have had a conversation with Erik about being unhappy with the situation and wanting to play as much as possible, but I am available and need to be available for the team, which I am and always will be.

“He said it was the team he had chosen, and Kobbie is doing well, and the rest of the midfield is also performing well, so there is competition for places, which is expected when playing for a top club. There is great competition within the team.

“Of course, you can be concerned in the long run because I want to play as much as possible.

“Naturally, you don’t want to always sit on the bench. I don’t have that approach to it, but it’s not something that worries me right now.

“Often when you change teams and win, you don’t change the winning team, and I respect that.”

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