- Tahith Chong has completed a love move to Werder Bremen from Manchester United
- The Premier League side confirmed the latest development on their website
- Lack of active playing time forced the Dutch winger out of Old Trafford
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Premier League giants Manchester United have confirmed that Dutch winger Tahith Chong has completed a loan move to German side Werder Bremen for the 2020/21 League season.
The Red Devils' chief decided to allow the 20-year-old footballer to leave Old Trafford so that he will get more regular football in Germany.
At the just concluded Premier League season where Manchester United finished among the top four, Tahith Chong was unable to get any game for himself at Old Trafford.
Manchester United have however wished him good luck in his new club while confirming the latest development on their website.
“We are pleased with the progress Tahith has made since he stepped up from the Academy and are looking forward to continuing to develop his talent.
''He has great potential; given his age, ability and work-ethic, we can see that he has a bright future at Manchester United,'' Ole Solskjaer explained.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Odion Ighalo has been nominated for the best striker award in the 2019/20 English FA Cup which was won by Premier League side Arsenal beating Chelsea in the final at Wembley.
The Nigerian footballer has been impressive since he joined Manchester United last year on loan from Chinese Super League giants Shanghai Shenhua.
United chiefs bought Odion Ighalo when Marcus Rashford got injured at Old Trafford and the Nigerian proved himself which also helped him get an extension.
Jason Cummings of Shrewsbury Town, Norwich’s Adam Idah and Port Vale’s Tom Pope are also in the running for the award.
Odion Ighalo only played in three games for Manchester United last season in the FA Cup and the Nigerian was the club's highest goalscorer in the tournament with 3 goals.
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