Tahith Chong admits his form at Manchester United has not been good enough, with the youngster hoping that a loan spell at Werder Bremen will allow him to find a spark.
The talented midfielder has long been held in high regard by those at Old Trafford.
His exploits at youth level caught the eye and had an excited fan base expecting big things once a senior breakthrough was made.
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Chong has taken in 16 competitive appearances for the Red Devils, but is yet to truly make his mark.
The 20-year-old winger admits as much, with the pressure he puts on himself as great as any lumped on by others.
He intends to prove what he is capable of during a stint in Germany, with the 2020-21 campaign set to be spent aiding the cause of Werder Bremen.
“I love to go and dribble in one-on-one situations,” Chong told Bremen’s official website of his qualities.
“[But] I didn’t perform in the games in Manchester as I would have liked.
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United made sure that Chong was tied to a new contract with them before allowing him to head through the exits.
He had been heading towards free agency at one stage, alongside Lille new boy Angel Gomes, but is now able to plan long-term with both his loan and parent clubs.
A stint in Bremen is set to see him follow in the footsteps of a man currently starring back in Manchester, with Chong having already expressed a desire to emulate the efforts of former Werder talisman Kevin De Bruyne.
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He has said, with the opportunity also there for him to match the achievements of Serge Gnabry – who has just savoured Champions League glory with Bayern Munich: “It’s definitely in the back of your head when you come here.
“The club’s history and reputation for helping players like Gnabry and De Bruyne advance their careers is always good to hear, so I’m sure this the right place to continue my development.”
Bremen are set to open their 2020-21 Bundesliga campaign with a home date against Hertha Berlin on September 19.
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