Danny Welbeck made a permanent move away from Old Trafford on transfer deadline day, but it looks as though the Football Association have blanked that move from memory. As you can see from the squad sheet below, Danny Welbeck is listed amongst the England strikers, but his domestic club still says Manchester United…
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On deadline day, Manchester United were stripped of one of their homegrown talents in the form of Danny Welbeck. the 23-year old Longsight-born striker swapped Manchester for London, as he made a £16million move to Arsenal in an attempt to revive his footballing career as a striker.
It seems that you can take the boy out of Manchester, but you simply cannot take Manchester [United] out of the boy. Danny Welbeck recently departed Old Trafford as he made the switch South to join Arsenal in a deal worth over £16million, but it seems as though Welbeck still holds United dear in his heart.
Danny Welbeck is a born and bred Mancunian, and on Monday we were all gutted to hear that Manchester United had agreed a deal to sell the Longsight-lad to Arsenal. However, a couple of days later, Manchester United fans aren’t happy with Danny Welbeck, after he admitted he has ‘envisaged’ playing for Arsenal before.
Transfer deadline day was certainly a bittersweet day for most Manchester United fans, because as we all know we lured Falcao to Old Trafford, however it came at a cost. United lost both Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck in the striker department, as well as a whole host of youngsters being shipped out on loan.
Manchester United have confirmed the sale of striker Danny Welbeck to Arsenal. The deal is expected to cost Arsenal around £16million, and the striker has signed a five-year contract in North London. Whilst its gutting to see him go, Danny never flourished into that prolific goalscoring striker we expected him to.
Hull City are readying a huge £14million offer for Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck. The 23-year old could be set for another season limited to appearances off the bench due to Louis van Gaal favouring Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney as a front two, whereas Hull would be able to offer him regular playing time.
Manchester United are currently taking on the LA Galaxy, with Louis van Gaal’s men trying out the 3-5-2 formation for the first time ever as far as I can remember. Danny Welbeck has just made it 1-0 to the visitors, with an absolute pearler from 25-yards out.
With Louis Van Gaal due to begin his work at United tomorrow, the future of a number of players in the current squad would likely be rather unsure. A criticism often thrown in United’s direction last season was that the squad had too much “deadwood”, the players who make up this contingent seems to be open for debate but there are a few usual suspects.
The Manchester United trio of Danny Welbeck, Wayne Rooney and Shinji Kagawa all suffered disappointment on the third day of this years World Cup competition, as Japan and England both slumped to 2-1 defeats at the hands of the Ivory Coast and Italy respectively.