Sunday, 20th April, 2014

Danny Welbeck is considering his future at Manchester United and could quit the club this summer, according to the BBC.

Welbeck has just two years left on his contract at Old Trafford but is believed to have grown disenchanted at being played in various positions across the forward line.

The 23-year-old considers himself a central striker and is keen on being deployed regularly up front, something which may be a bridge too far for Manchester United with Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez all able to be fielded in a central role.

Welbeck may opt to move elsewhere rather than pen a new contract with the Red Devils if he feels his position will not change.


The England international is a product of Manchester United's youth system and a popular figure with the club's fans.

He has notched nine goals in 21 Premier League games for the English champions this season.

The striker has been named on the substitutes' bench for Manchester United's clash away at Everton today.

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