Manchester United could be forced to recall winger Tahith Chong after the youngster’s loan period at Werder Bremen remains disappointing.
Chong, 21, joined United Youth Academy in 2016 after leaving Feyenoord.
Despite a successful youth career, Chong struggled to get a spot on the Red Devils first team after making his debut in January 2019.
After Ole Gunnar Solskjaer appeared in 16 first-team games in all competitions for United and only provided two assists, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to send the youngster to Germany to continue his development at Werder Bremen.
Chong joined the Bundesliga team during last year’s summer transfer window.
But despite the hot tip to play in the first team of the green-whites, life in the city of Bremen is not going quite according to plan for the 21-year-old.
He is fighting for playing time and is disappointing when he has a few minutes under his belt. It is now reported that the young Dutch striker may end his loan period.
According to Football Transfers, Chong’s loan period has fallen “below expectations” and has not reached the minutes United expected when they agreed to the move this summer.
Football continues to draw attention to the very real possibility that United will cancel their loan deal six months in advance.