Why James Garner And Tahith Chong Loan Spells From Manchester United Didn’t Work Out
Why James Garner and Tahith Chong loan spells from Manchester United didn’t work out.
James Garner and Tahith Chong have made new loan moves away from Man Utd in the January transfer window. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed James Garner and Tahith Chong to learn from their unsuccessful loan spells after both Manchester United youngsters moved to new clubs in the January transfer window.
Garner saw his deal with Watford brought to an early end before he moved back out to fellow Championship side Nottingham Forest for the rest of the season, while Chong moved to Club Brugge after his loan at Werder Bremen failed to work out.
Garner, 19, made 20 Championship appearances for the Hornets but only 12 were starts, the last of which came in the week before Christmas. Chong, 21, made 13 appearances in the Bundesliga but only four were starts. Both players will hope for more success in the second half of the season having had the loan deals they struck in the summer window terminated to try and get them playing more first -team football.
Solskjaer is hoping they will find their second loan spells of the season more productive than the first and will benefit from that experience.
“Sometimes one of the big learning points on your first loan is how to cope with the situation, learn in a different environment,” he said.Why James Garner and Tahith Chong loan spells from Manchester United didn’t work out