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Welbeck Loan Prospects!

Away on international duty with the England U21 squad hoping to make a significant impact, Danny Welbeck is the subject of some speculation today.

Having spent last season on loan at Sunderland, a season which to be fair to Danny saw the striker enjoy a good first half before fading away, courtesy of injuries, in the second, the inference is that Steve Bruce could be looking at Welbeck spending a second season at the Stadium of Light.

It had been widely expected that Welbeck would be returning to Old Trafford but the recent news that Michael Owen has signed a new one year deal and that Dimitar Berbatov wants to see out his contract has thrown doubt onto that particular scenario.

With Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez recognized as our first choice strikers, could Sir Alex be tempted to let Danny go out on loan again, bearing in mind he`ll probably be fifth in line when it comes to the striker pecking order?

Or, throwing another rumour into the article, would a spell at another Premier League club prove to be more beneficial with Everton, apparently, also showing an interest?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday June 7 2011

Time: 4:28PM

Your Comments

I would've hoped he would be fourth in the pecking line atleast. Another loan wouldn't do him no harm at all and would ensure his progression however, we must begin using and integrating players like Macheda and Welbeck before they get tired of waiting and leave.
TheFamousNo7
May have enough to buy him once Henderson goes for that ridiculous price Liverfool are paying...
safc6
Think this would be a win-win-win for all parties involved, Welbeck gets to join a team that is competitive and play some decent football and will undoubtedly get some game time, we are in desprate need of strikers (DESPERATE) and United get to see what the lad has and gets to run the rule over him
Rob-EFC
 

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