Gary feels that the Dutch International's career will be revived if he plays in a different league.
The Dutch midfielder did not come on as a substitute in Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Leicester City at the weekend.
The England international has yet to make his Premier League debut this season, despite their struggles at the King Power Stadium. He did not appear in Saturday's 4-2 defeat to Leicester City, where he was an unused substitute.
In seven different midfield combinations, the Norwegian coach has used van de Beek so far this season. However, he has only appeared in 130 minutes in total across all competitions, and Gary believes it is past time for him to move on.
Even though van De Beek has already paid a visit to Juventus ahead of the January transfer window, there are rising calls for him to be given a shot in the Premier League following United's disappointing start to the season.
After romping to a 4-2 victory at the King Power Stadium, Manchester United were left disappointed at the final whistle.
In a predictable turn of events, the Dutchman was benched for the second time on Saturday afternoon and did not take the field.
He struggled to get on the field last season and is finding it even more difficult to get on the field this season as a result of the inclusion of Lingard to the lineup.
However, as the Norwegian coach continues to neglect van De beek, more doubts are being raised as to why he does not consider him for his first-team squad.
The loss to Leicester City stretched Manchester's winless skid to three games, with the Reds' next three opponents in the Premier League being Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City, respectively.
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