- Tahith Chong's agent recently revealed the winger is keen to leave Man United, with Werder Bremen his possible destination
- Bremen, through their sporting director Frank Baumann, have not hid their desire in landing the youngster
- Chong's possible exit from Old Trafford came just months after he penned a new two-year deal with Man United
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Man United youngster Tahith Chong could be on his way out of the club to continue his development in the German Bundesliga.
The winger came through the ranks at United before making his breakthrough into the senior team in 2018.
However, two years later, Chong has failed to establish himself as a first team regular at the Theatre of Dreams.
He has endured limited game timethis season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but was part of the Red Devils squad that beat LASK 2-1 in a Europa League tie on Wednesday night, August 5.
Chong's deal at United was due to expire at the end of the 2019/20 campaign, but the club decided to extend his stay by a further two years.
At the time, the Dutch star expressed his delight at continuing his development with the Manchester club.
However, his agent Erkan Alkan, has come out to reveal his client is keen on a move away, with Werder Bremen emerging as Chong's next possible destination.
According to Alkan, he has already held talks with the Bundesliga side over a potential transfer this summer.
"Tahith wants to go to the Bundesliga. We will talk about that with Manchester United on Thursday," Alkan was quoted saying.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Man United youngster Angel Gomes has confirmed his departure from the club in a heartfelt message to fans.
Gomes has found game time hard to come by at Old Trafford, leaving him with no choice but to leave in search of a new club.
The teenage star allowed his deal to run at out at United, rejecting a new offer from the Red Devils.
Chelsea were previously understood to be keen on a move and looked set to seal an agreement after advanced talks.
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