Mar 27, 2011

Welbeck to decide on future

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Sunderland loan star Danny Welbeck has confirmed he will be considering his Manchester United future in the summer.

The 20-year-old striker has proven a big hit at the Stadium of Light this season during his season-long loan spell from The Red Devils.

The England Under-21 international has enjoyed regular first-team football under manager Steve Bruce and feels the experience has boosted his game.

Welbeck has now hinted that his long-term future could lie away from Old Trafford as the prospect of returning to training without playing games is highly unappealing.

"I've not really thought too much about what I'm going to do, but I've really enjoyed my time at Sunderland," said Welbeck.

"It has benefited me massively, just to be around with the big boys week in, week out. I'm delighted with that, but the end of the season will be the time to sit down and think about the future.

"I'm like anyone else, I want to play every week. Football is my job. I like training hard and then playing in games, but we will just see what happens in the summer."



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