Vincent Kompany, Burnley manager United have made clear their feelings about Vout Wakehorst. After Manchester United made a decision on the on-loan striker.
Vincent Kompany has hinted that Vout Wakehorst could be offeredanother chance at Burnley, with Manchester United potentially refusing to change the striker’s loan deal. This page is a permanent contract. Questions were raised in January when Erik ten Hag opted to sign the 30-year-old. With United paying Besiktas £2.5m in compensation for his contract with Weggh. Borst until the end of the season
And while the Dutchman has consistently praised Wakehorst for his connected play and his diligence. But the surprisingly small number of goals scored (two in 26 appearances) appears to have stymied the striker’s hopes of a dream move to Old Trafford in the UFABET summer. According to the Manchester Evening News .
Ten Hag clearly has no intention of signing a permanent contract with Wakehorst. Leaving the former Wolfsburg star’s future in doubt.
News reports earlier this week claimed that although United are unlikely to reach a permanent deal for the striker But Wakehorst has other Premier League clubs interested, before he moved to Old Trafford, Wakehorst scored 9 goals. From 18 games for Besiktas in the first half of the season after a difficult first six months at Burnley
However, Wakehorst could still be given the chance to return to Turf Moor, where he is still under contract. The striker has left the Clarets on loan following relegation from the top flight. But the club returned to the Premier League immediately under Kompany this season. And back in January, before his move to Old Trafford was confirmed, Kompany hinted he was open to joining Veghorn. future post If Burnley get promoted
He said: “I think in this situation It has to be played to the end when it has to be. Every player who has a contract with us is a player who… if he wants and is willing. and if everything is correct It will be a player that is easier for us than going on the market and spending whatever amount of money ′′ But the important thing is that he finishes his season wherever he is and at the end of the season. I will talk to the players Which for me is the most important conversation. And that will decide everything.”
“But you expect too much to think we will play in the Premier League, but in my case. I am a Championship manager at a Championship club. And I don’t want to think about being in the Premier League right now ′′ ′ ′ We are a Championship team. And he just played the World Cup quarter-finals. So he is a good player and we can always use good players. Of course he was one of them. But now he’s thinking about going to Man United and not in the Championship.