When it comes to youngsters, the sole intention of any club is to ensure that their talents are able to get the maximum possible opportunity to best develop and display their talents.
When this isn’t possible in the senior parent setup, loan spells come in quite handy and often set the foundation for great careers.
However, not all such spells go through well, and it would appear that such an instance is on display for one Red Devil.
Man Utd, on their official website, confirmed that 21-year-old Matthew Willock has returned from his loan spell at FC Utrecht, and has been immediately sent out for another loan spell to Scottish Premiership side St Johnstone, in what is being described as a temporary move.
Having been given to the Eredivisie side back in the August of 2017, Willock was able to achieve only three senior appearances. In this view, the Mancunian outfit decided to send him to Tommy Wright’s club instead.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 31, 2018
The English starlet is considered to be an upcoming midfield prospect, and as of such, it is clear why the English giants have sought to ensure that the apt club is provided to the player to develop his skill set.
Currently placed in the eight position, St Johnstone will be hoping that the new arrival will breathe a rejuvenating life into their squad.