November 18th, 2016
Former Manchester United striker Federico Machedawas widely expected to leave English football in the summer, but the move never happened.
After breaking through the ranks at Manchester United,Macheda made a spectacular start to his career at Old Trafford only to falter away slowly. He has played for several clubs like Stuttgart, QPR, Birmingham City, and Doncaster Rovers on loan deals before he permanently moved to the Cardiff City in 2014. This was expected to provide him with a foundation to build upon his career, as loan deals do not really help the player over the long-term.
This was not to be the case,as Macheda struggled even with the club that had just been relegated to the Championship. Playing in a division below the Premier League did not seem to help the striker and it was arrived at the conclusion that the player would benefit from a move back to Italy. Read the rest of this entry »
September 22nd, 2016
Former Manchester United striker Federico Macheda is widely expected to join Italian outfit Pescara before the end of the transfer window.
Currently playing with Cardiff City, the striker has never settled in English football after exploding onto the scene when playing for United.Macheda had one of the sensational first few matches for such a major club like United. However, he had been unable to keep up his reputation of scoring key goals and this led to one loan move after the other. Sir Alex Ferguson kept a lot of faith in the Italian striker before finally deciding to sell him in 2014.
The striker was expected to get some much needed regular first-team football at Cardiff. After having moved to the bluebirds on a free transfer,Macheda was given opportunities to impress. However, recurring injuries and poor form as a result of it meant thatMacheda’s form never improved. Following the club’s relegation to the Championship last season, Cardiff started looking at other alternatives and sent the player out on loan to Nottingham Forest in order to keep up his fitness levels. This summer,Macheda has reportedly been told by the club that he is free to leave. Read the rest of this entry »
August 20th, 2016
This season sees Federico Macheda ready to join Nottingham Forest. He would be given out on loan from Cardiff City.
The season will see Cardiff City transfer the striker to Nottingham Forest by the end of the season as the new season starts off. There have been reports in Italy that a deal has been struck. The deal will become applicable for the new season. Macheda has had a turbulent period with Cardiff City. He is known to be a striker from Italy. He would be moving to Nottingham Forest from Cardiff City. The deal has been sealed and decided upon.
He is considered to be a starlet player from Manchester United. The move from the club was hinted at in January. His time with Cardiff City had been uneventful as he could not become part of the first eleven. The last season saw him make eight appearances for Cardiff City. However, he was unable to score a goal for the club. Since his joining in 2014 he has had 21 appearances at league level. In total he has scored six goals. Read the rest of this entry »
July 28th, 2016
If you have been following Federico Macheda’s career moves, you would have noticed the latest change in his role as he plays as a free transfer on the Nottingham Forest team. The change came by in March this year.
The striker came onto the team from Cardiff City. Initially, he was offered as a loan which was subject to clearance as per international transfer laws. Macheda has had a successful career till now, being a forward from Manchester United. About 24 years of age, he is definitely in demand and it should come as no surprise that a player of his caliber is demanded by other teams. This is the last season as per the contract.
Macheda is known to have started off his career with Manchester United at Old Trafford. Here he played for teams like Doncaster Rovers, Birmingham City, Stuttgart and QPR. After that he was out on loan to Cardiff from March 2016. His boss felt that he needed to go out there and play a few more games and gain experience playing for other clubs. Till then, he had only played about 13 games in league form. Read the rest of this entry »
May 10th, 2016
Federico Macheda’s career appears to have reached a new point in his career and not in a good way as the Italian attacker joined Nottingham Forest on a loan deal which was agreed back on March of the ongoing year.
One of the main reasons of why Macheda decided to join Nottingham Forest on a loan deal and make his way out of Cardiff City was to try and get more consistent playing time with the main team but this it hasn’t happened as the Italian player has had to settle with a place on the sidelines as a substitute player for the majority of the time that he has spent with Nottingham Forest.
Even after leaving Cardiff City and joining another club, Federico Macheda is struggling trying to find a regular spot in the main of whatever club he is performing in.
This is a huge turn of event for the player that stunned the world of football when he made his Premier League for Manchester United debut back on 2009. It was a dream debut for Federico Macheda as he scored the winning goal which helped Manchester United overcome Aston Villa with a superb goal and this was hugely impressive taking into consideration the fact that Macheda was 17 years old. Read the rest of this entry »
April 28th, 2016
Italian forward, Federico “Kiko” Macheda, who was widely touted as the future of English Premier League giant, Manchester united, has come out in support of young talent, Marcus Rashford. Federico did get first team action for the EPL giants whilst he was a teenager but he is currently playing for English championship side, Nottingham Forest. The parent club of the 24 year-old is Cardiff City FC but currently his loan spree has taken him to Cardiff City. The footballer’s contract runs till mid next year with his club but his loan ends next month.
Federico also had a sterling start at Old Trafford playing for The Red Devils. Like Rashford, he scored in his first two appearances for the team in 2009. He was even younger than Rashford as he was 17 years old. He went on to score three more goals in his subsequent matches totaling 34, with Sir Alex Ferguson at the helms. After his poor run, his loan spree began. He has played on loan for Italian club Sampdoria, English championship team Queens Park Rangers (QPR), VfB Stuggart in Germany, UK team Doncaster Rovers FC and Birmingham. All these were before his eventual free transfer to current club, Nottingham Forest before being sent on loan again to Cardiff City.
Her told reporters when asked about Rashford that he doesn’t expect same to happen to the young lad. Macheda said: “Marcus needs to continue working hard, don’t grow a big head, don’t read or listen to all the hype and be lucky with injuries.”
He advised current young sensation, that put two goals past Arsenal FC this season, to remain calm. Read the rest of this entry »
January 28th, 2016
There was a time when Federico Macheda was hailed as being one of the brightest players to emerge from the youth academy of Manchester United. The Italian attacker made so many top performances with the Under-18 side that the club decided to offer him a professional contract when he was only 17 years old.
After having signed his first professional contract with Manchester United, Macheda was getting limited playing time with the Premier League as he was mostly serving as a substitute player and this is why he opted to join a number of different clubs with hopes of gaining more experience outside of Old Trafford.
Sampdoria, Queens Park Rangers, Stuttgart, Doncaster Rover, Birminham City are all of the clubs that Macheda joined on loan deals before eventually going on to sign a permanent deal with Cardiff City.
Macheda’s time in Cardiff City might be reaching it’s end as the head coach of the English club, Russell Slade is believed to be interested in letting the Italian forward go in the winter transfer window after failing to make any impressive performance.
Along with Federico Macheda, Alex Revell is another player who has not made any kind of impact in Cardiff City and the English forward is also rumored to be on his way out of the club after failing to impress the head coach Russell Slade.
Federico Macheda had to undergo a surgery in order to resolve a back problem that he was suffering; this made him unable to play for a considerable long time but even when the Italian attacker has been available to play fully recovered, his time in the pitch seems to be non-existant and his future is being linked with a move away from Cardiff City and the question that lies is where will he join if he leaves the English League Championship club?
April 2nd, 2015
Not too long ago, Borussia Dortmund was located in the basement of the German League and relegation appeared to be inevitable but things have slowly been picking up for the team of JurgenKlopp as they have been climbing spots in the league and are now safely away from the bottom zone.
During these dreadful months of Borussia Dortmund, certain players of the squad were not satisfied in how the team was performing and they were rumored on exiting the German club when the current season reaches it’s end.
Marco Reus and Mats Hummels are some of the standout players of Borussia Dortmund that were linked with a move outside of the club. Not too long ago, Real Madrid was interested in signing Marco Reus but the midfielder penned a contract extension that will keep him in the club at least until 2019.
Mats Hummels contract with Borussia Dortmund runs out in 2017 but the German defender is still being linked with a number of clubs that are still interested and are attempting to lure him away from the hands of JurgenKlopp.
Manchester United is one of the top European clubs that has been most linked with the German defender and Louis van Gaal will be glad to hear that Mats Hummels is actually open and likes the idea of joining a team outside of Germany which is something that he has never done before in his career. Read the rest of this entry »