Weghorst has unfinished business in the Premier League

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United’s new forward Wout Weghorst claims he has unfinished business in the Premier League as he hopes to use his experience to help Manchester United in the League.

Manchester United new boy Wout Weghorst feels like he has unfinished business in the Premier League and is determined to help bring success to Erik ten Hag’s side this season.

The Dutch player complete is loan deal from Bekistas following his lonad termination by Burnley this January.

Speaking with the media Weghorst stated that he is hungry to show himself in the leaue and promised to guve his best for the club.

“Yeah, really looking forward to being back in the Premier League,” Weghorst said.

“For me, it was not done, it was not finished. It didn’t work out the first time as I hoped and I’m really hungry to show myself, to help the team.

“Of course, we are on a really good track now.

“The last couple of weeks, months actually, it’s going really positive here and I just want to contribute and give my best and give my all for the club and I try to be a part of the successful (direction) we are going.

“I think it’s the right moment. I’m 30 years old now.

“I also already have experience in the Premier League – that was not as successful as I hoped – and I am really waiting and looking forward to getting back here because, in my opinion, it is still the biggest competition in the world and now I’m going to play for one of the biggest clubs in England.

“For me, (to play for) the biggest club is, of course, amazing, and as I’ve always said as a football player, and also as a human being, the stage I am at now, the (experience) that I have, I am ready for it.

“This is the right moment to take on this great challenge, of course.”

Weghorst might make his debut against Crystal Palace on Wednesday after Anthon Martial was forced out in the break of the Manchester derby.

 

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