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Welbeck - Reading Interest?

Welbeck - Reading Interest?

One of the most unlikely, on the surface, rumours doing the rounds this morning relates to Danny Welbeck.

It`s being reported that the United forward, and England international, is wanted by Reading on loan for the remainder of the season.

Reading, as you are all well aware, are embroiled in a battle to secure their Premier League survival and their boss, Brian McDermott, views the acquisition of twenty-two year-old Welbeck as a key factor in possibly staving off relegation.

Now whilst, on the surface, many wouldn`t give the possibility of United letting Welbeck go out on loan, the news red-top that has instigated the article suggests that Sir Alex Ferguson is looking at it favourably and that the deal could be clinched by the weekend.

Personally, I`ll believe it when I see it!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday January 9 2013
Time: 4:56PM

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If there was an option to recall him I wouldn't begrudge him going out on loan to be honest. Whilst his first team changes have been restricted since RVP signed his surely learnt a lot from Rooney and RVP his just got the misfortune of having to compete with them and Hernandez for a first team spot. However, months down the line he still can't break through and you can only learn so much from other players and some stuff you need to pick up from experience and a loan moe to reading will allow him plenty of first team football. With an option to recall him also if things go pear shaped and god forbid one of our strikers get injured or lose form we can always call him back he'll get first team football here.
TheFamousNo7
09/01/2013 17:28:00
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Don't think he'll be going Fergie been giving large all season how this is the best strike force he's had since 1999 if not better.
MotorMad
10/01/2013 08:22:00
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