Manchester United star has 10 games to save Old Trafford career

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Manchester United striker Danny Welbeck could be allowed to leave Old Trafford this summer, according to the Daily Mail.

Welbeck has struggled for fitness in recent weeks due to a persistent problem with his knee and is behind the likes of Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Adnan Januzaj in David Moyes' pecking order.

The 23-year-old, who scored his ninth Premier League goal of the season against West Brom on Saturday, is said to be battling to stay at Manchester United.

Moyes will be given £200million to spend on rebuilding his side over the summer - with strikers Edinson Cavani and Diego Costa said to be on the Scotsman's wish-list.

Reports suggest Moyes wants to bring in eight new faces in order to turn Manchester United back into serious title contenders once again.

Moyes will have to move some of his current squad members on if he does manage to attract several new signings to Old Trafford and Welbeck is reportedly in danger of being one of those to depart the club at the end of the season.

Premier League duo Everton and Newcastle are said to be keeping close tabs on Welbeck’s situation at Manchester United as Roberto Martinez and Alan Pardew are admirers of the England international.

Welbeck’s future will depend on how many strikers Moyes manages to bring into the club before the start of next season’s Premier League campaign and whether Robin van Persie decides to stay at Manchester United or move onto pastures new.

The Manchester United graduate now has 10 Premier League games to prove his worth to Moyes. 

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