Man Utd fans in agreement over forgotten star Ten Hag might sell this summer

Manchester United fans are in agreement that Erik ten Hag must sell forgotten star Tahith Chong after he failed to impress against Rayo Vallecano.

22-year-old Chong has been part of United's first team since 2019, but he's struggled to establish himself. And the Netherlands native has had three loan spells away from Old Trafford at Werder Bremen, Club Brugge, and Birmingham City.

Chong was named as part of the starting side for United's clash with the Spanish side, but he failed to impress those in attendance at Old Trafford. And Red Devils fans have now called for Ten Hag to cut his losses with the youngster.

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One fan fumed: "Time to sell Chong there’s no point loaning him out again."

"I won't forgive Ten Hag for making me watch Chong for 84 minutes," a second added when Chong was finally hooked by the Dutchman. While a third added: "Chong it’s not too late to go to uni bro."

A fourth said: "Chong is terrible, I’m not taking this whole excuse of a young player he’s adjusting thing anymore the guy is a failure he’s 22 and never succeeded on a loan, he should be sold!"

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United's friendly with Rayo Vallecano hit headlines thanks to the return of the Red Devils' resident superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

However as quickly as Ronaldo had graced the Old Trafford turf he was gone again with the Dutchman axing Ronaldo at half-time. Ronaldo was even spotted leaving Old Trafford before the full-time whistle had sounded.

United have since confirmed the 37-year-old won't face any further punishment for his actions.


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