Date Posted: Tuesday May 26, 2020 3:45 AM
Dimitar Berbatov thinks Man Utd and other clubs who lose a loaned player should get one before the Premier League season starts.
The Daily Mail said on Monday that Man Utd & # 39; hit a brick wall & # 39; in its attempts to extend Odion Ighalo's loan to Shanghai Shenhua, rejecting United's requests to keep Ighalo at Old Trafford for another three months.
Ighalo made his shocking change to the Shanghai Shenhua deadline in January and the former Watford striker impressed the faithful at Old Trafford.
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The 30-year-old scored four goals in three matches for the club he has supported since childhood, but the addition to eight matches was complicated by the coronavirus crisis.
And Berbatov estimates that Man Utd and other clubs could be at fault if they are not allowed to replace a loan.
Berbatov told Betfair (via The metro): “United need to know what's going on with them. If they know they are going to lose him, they need to find someone to replace him.
"If they haven't found a replacement yet, they need to find someone quickly, but if he continues, his teammates get along with him and he has a Premier League experience, which is a big advantage." In nine games, if they could understand and then he comes back, that would be the best option.
“If a team is losing a loan player because of the situation, the federation must allow a team to get another person because of the situation.
“If Ighalo goes, United should have a replacement, they are in a great place for this final part of the season and they have a great chance of getting into the top four, but it will be very difficult, because nobody wants to participate in nine games.
"The best scenario is that they reach an agreement to keep Ighalo in the few games, otherwise they will lose a player who can score goals in the race for the top four."
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