Tahith Chong to discuss another move away from Man Utd
Tahith Chong has made it clear he will discuss another loan transfer away from Man Utd. just for the 2021-2022 season.
The Dutch winger has spent the recent campaign away from Old Trafford. With spells received at Werder Bremen and Club Brugge.
He’s really having fun in Belgium, having previously tried to build his brand in Germany.
And overall, he’s confident that regular playing time will help his development as he waits for a huge break at his parent club.
What exactly was said?
Here’s what Tahith Chong told Sport / Voetbalmagazine:
“Staying here for another year might give me some stability, but that’s for later.
“As far as I know, there is no option to extend the loan in the agreement. We will have to discuss this with Manchester United later.
He further continued:
“I love Belgium. It’s a bit like the Netherlands. Something that’s in my head: by staying here maybe a little more stability can come, but now it’s hard to fully focus on that.
When does Tahith Chong’s United contract run until?
Tahith Chong is only linked on terms with the Red Devils until 2022. Although the deal includes the option of a 12-month extension.
Tahith Chong faces fierce competition for places in Manchester, together with Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford filling large offensive roles.
Another option for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is Daniel James, while talks of interest in Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho have resisted their departure.
How many games has Tahith Chong played for Man Utd?
Featured for the Red Devils’ youth teams, they expected big things from Tahith Chong as he moved on to a senior stage.
Tahith Chong made his competitive debut in 2019. He has fought against reading in the FA Cup.
And he also went further to attend 12 outings in all competitions of the 2019-2020 campaign.
However, Premier League football as well as starting places have proven so difficult to find.
Push the Dutch U21 international to look elsewhere for opportunities.
As Tahith Chong explained her moves in 2020-2021, he added:
“We thought that choosing Bruges was a good next step. I already knew the club a year ago, from the Europa League, and we follow Belgian football a bit.
I knew the team a little. “
“Personally, there are still ups and downs here. The team is helping me a lot to settle in, but they push until the end of the season.
I have to get used to playing five, six games in a row… I’ve never done that before.
“Now I have to add the end product to my game. More goals, more assists. It will come once I get to know the players a bit better.