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United - Welbeck Deal a No-Go?

It`s a subject we`ve touched on previously!

Danny Welbeck, up at the Stadium of Light on loan, is hitting the headlines with his goal-scoring prowess. Such has been his impact, in recent matches, that we`ve pontificated as to whether his progress could well be pricing him out of the market with regards to a move or indeed making him an essential part of our squad next season.

It`s a point that the Sunderland boss, and ex-United hero, Steve Bruce has spoken eloquently about to the media, where he`s quoted as having remarked,

"The way that Danny is going, if he continues his progress, he`ll be out of reach of any but the very biggest clubs around."

"Danny is playing terrifically well at the moment and the Premier League is beginning to take notice. I`m delighted for him because I think he`s really finding his feet with us and his success is our success. But in terms of converting any loan player to a permanent signing, you have to accept in most cases, the better they do, the less chance you have of getting them."

"Danny`s put down a marker with his performances in recent games."

"The challenge for him is to maintain them now. He`s a real prospect and he`s shown the quality that makes Manchester United rate him so highly."

"He has a bright future in the game and we`re starting to see some of his best form."

"I`m pleased because I`ve always liked what I`ve seen from him and I`m glad that`s coming out in his time here."

"But I think we`re lucky to have been able to get in a lot of young players with a point to prove, players hungry to impress."


To me, it looks as if Steve has already resigned himself to the fact that Danny`s Sunderland career will come to an end come May next year and that Sir Alex will not be selling the lad!


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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday December 3 2010

Time: 4:01PM

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They may get him on loan again or if it makes them happy they can have Owen. Welbeck and Cleverly have been magnificent out on loan and it will be a good day when they continue their exploits in United colours.
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i agree with thefamousno7
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