Manchester United has loaned several players this season with others having their loan contracts extended. Most of these stars are sent to gather experience or get a game time elsewhere.
The Red Devils have however been faulted for loaning English centre back, Di'Shon. They feel his exploits were much needed in the team.
The 20 year old renewed his loan contract with the league 2 side after impressing in the first half of the season. He has featured 20 times and has scored 2 goals and the same number of assists.
"Loaning a player ain't bad, but Manchester United should insert a clause where we can cancel it when we need our player. Perfect case of Di'Shon Bernard at Salford City." One fan lamented on Twitter.
If he comes back to the senior team, then Bernard will have to fight for a place with Harry Maguire, Tuanzebe, Victor Lindelöf and Eric Bailly.
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