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Two Manchester United Loanees Who Have Proved They Deserve To Play For United Next Season

Manchester United have been impressive in their performances this campaign as Ole gunnar solkjaer continues to build a strong squad that can challenge for titles.

With the transfer window slowly approaching, United could save cash in terms of new signings after this two Manchester United Loanee's have performed brilliantly for their respective teams.

1. Jesse Lingard

Lingard has revived his career after he switched sides from United to Westham during the January transfer window. The England international has flourished in David Moyes team, showcasing his incredible skills in the middle of the park mostly as a number 10. Lingard has scored 6 goals and provided 3 assists in his only 8 appearances for the hammers and has inspired them to the 4th position in the PL table.

Yesterday the 27 year old was outstanding as the hammers defeated wolves 3-2 at Molineux stadium, he scored a wonder goal that has made headlines across all social media platforms and United fans are eager for his return to the theatre of dreams next season.

2. Diego Dalot

Dalot has proved his critics wrong by impressing on his loan spell with Italian heavyweights Ac Milan, the 22 year old has been solid in defense as well as he has been a constant attacking threat to opposition. He has made a total of 25 appearances for the Rassoneri across all competitions, scoring 2 goals and providing 2 assists.

With Aaron wan Bissaka lacking Competitions in the right back position, Solkjaer should bring in the Versatile Youngster to be an alternative for Bissaka and also provide a healthy competition in the right back position for United next season.


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