It seems that Danny Simpson is starting to worry a little about his longer term future in football.
Danny Simpson – would love to stay on Tyneside
When young players are at Manchester United, they have to be almost world class to have any chance opf playing regularly for the Manchester first team, just because the squad is so powerful.
On the other hand some excellent players have left the Red Devils to have very good playing careers elsewhere, and Danny will probably fall into that category longer term.
But today he has talked about having a talk to his manager Alex Ferguson about what his chances are to play in the Red Devils first team in January.
If they are not too good, Danny would just love to stay on Tyneside, and help Newcastle get promoted this season.
This is what Danny said today:
“For the moment, my objective is to play the most possible matches for Newcastle before January,” “I would have liked to play 15-20 games here and for the club to still be in the top two in the table.”
“After that, I will discuss things with Sir Alex himself and make a decision for the future.” “Yes, if (Manchester) United said to me that they wanted me to play for them because of injuries, I would love that.”
“But otherwise, with things going well here, I would love to stay for the whole season, help Newcastle up and perhaps win another championship.”
With the news today that Mike Ashley will give Chris Hughton no transfer funds in January, we will have to hope the 3 loan players we have will be able to be extended until the end of the season.
But of course that may not be possible, and we’ll have to look at bringing in other loan signings to bolster our squad, which unfortunately is still far too small.
But we can still do it – if there’s will there’s always a way!