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United - Welbeck Loan?

It`s looking increasingly likely, if you believe the media, our young striker Danny Welbeck will be going out on loan.

Already the media have come up with two possible destinations, one in the Premier League and one in the Championship.

The club in the Premier League hoping to secure his services; are newly promoted Blackpool whilst the Championship side are Preston North End.

Initially, you`d think that Blackpool might be the better option with Wellbeck playing against top notch opposition.

But, with Darren Ferguson now pulling the strings at Preston North End could Sir Alex be tempted to push the lad in the direction of Deepdale, family ties and all that?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 1 2010

Time: 5:00PM

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seems to be a sensibkle decision as the best way for him to develop is to be playing games.
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01/06/2010 17:03:00

If he is not going to get games here a loan would be perfect. I would have loved to see him on loan at a PL club though.
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01/06/2010 17:39:00

Wellbeck can be a big star for Blackpool by next year. Great skill the next English Henry.
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01/06/2010 17:52:00

We know he would get games at preston so I think he's more likely to end up there. If blackpool gave us some guarantees about how much playing time he would get - it would be fantastic for his development to get playing time in the premier league.
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01/06/2010 18:00:00

He needs to go on loan i would also think Macheda would go on loan as well.
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02/06/2010 13:31:00

In an ideal world they'd both go on loan to the same club and get experience whilst developing their partnership.
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02/06/2010 17:25:00

That would be ideal! I hope Macheda gets more first team opportunities with us though!
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02/06/2010 17:48:00

he should go for a loan
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04/06/2010 12:32:00

I guess it would be perfect for all the parties involved.It would be hard for him to be part of the first team.
Antriksh (abmtd)
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04/06/2010 16:21:00

Just give Welbeck to Us at Blackpool and he scores a 93rd munite winner against you lot! That would be fun
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11/06/2010 14:43:00


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