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Promising Youngster to Leave?

With it being inferred that Manchester United are looking for a striker to supplement the squad and with Dimitar Berbatov, supposedly, set to move on, does the future look bleak for another of our front men?

Federico Macheda made a startling debut, scoring a crucial goal against Aston Villa, but his development hasn`t been everything Sir Alex Ferguson would have hoped for.

Last season was spent on loan at Sampdoria and the inference, from several sources, is that Sir Alex would be willing to listen to offers for the nineteen year old.

Should he be sold or should we persevere with the youngster?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 3 2011

Time: 11:30AM

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If we sell him I'm afraid it will be like selling Rossi all over again. Keep him, he has an abundace of talent and potential and we must bear in mind he is only 19. He has years of developing and learning still yet and we must expect inconsistency and frustration whilst he mustn't expect nor demand a first team place. Perhaps a loan to another club in the Premier League will do him good as he said it himself, he's a Premier League player not a Serie A player. I'm sure Bolton, Wigan, Sunderland or someone would be happy to have him.
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03/07/2011 11:37:00

I'm not too sure on Macheda but to be fair to him he hasn't exactly been given a long run in the team, a loan out to another prem club(I'm sure one of the promoted teams would take him and guarantee games) would make sense.
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03/07/2011 16:32:00

I'm with you Kanchelskis, we gotta loan him to a Premiership club. Surely he would be guaranteed games at most teams outside the top 6.
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