According to a report from Votebal international via Sport Witness, Manchester United youngster Tahith Chong is seemingly willing to go away Old Trafford given manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s lack of religion within the player – together with his agent getting into contact with the Dutch news outlet and letting them know the stance on Chong’s future.
The 20-year-old, who started half United’s Europa League group games this season, missing a sitter in their away defeat to Astana, has also managed to impress in flashes – registering a 100% long ball accuracy over the course of these games (as per SofaScore).
However, consistent with the player’s agent, that hasn’t been enough to warrant faith from manager Solskjaer despite the board feeling differently – leading to Chong deliberating over his future at Old Trafford. The winger, as compared to Daniel James, hasn’t been ready to compete with the previous Swansea man – with James averaging more shots per game (1.4) and more successful dribbles (0.9) over Chong this season, as per WhoScored.com.
As a result, these United supporters seem willing to part ways with the youngster – find all of their best comments down below.
Source : footballtransfertavern.com