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Why Manchester United shouldn’t sell Danny Welbeck

Date: 28th August 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Louis van Gaal's anticipated great cull is yet to take place at Manchester United. Anderson, Marouane Fellaini, Javier Hernandez, Wilfried Zaha, Shinji Kagawa, Anders Lindegaard and Nick Powell were all expected to be hastily moved on this summer, but we are yet to see significant progress and with just four days of the transfer window remaining, there's a good chance the Old Trafford gaffer will be stuck with them until January at the earliest. One player however who looks increasingly likely to leave the Carrington club before September 1st, rather surprisingly, is winger-forward Danny Welbeck. The 4-0 defeat to MK Dons is expected to be his last appearance as a Red Devil - he, van Gaal and Ryan Giggs had 'a conversation' last week, assumedly over his future and assumedly not a particularly positive one. But in my opinion, relinquishing the 23 year-old this summer would be a fatal mistake, not least because, Danny Welbeck epitomises everything good about the old Manchester United. Perhaps he doesn't parallel the quality of his many world-class predecessors on the left side of United's attack, and admittedly, 26 goals in 117 Premier League appearances is a rather disappointing return for an international forward. It's no great challenge to pick holes in specific performances for club and country, and one can rightly doubt whether Welbeck would ever feature more than in a ... Read More


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