Federico Macheda joined Doncaster Rovers in September on a 1 month loan deal but a hamstring injury saw him making a return to Manchester Unite earlier than expected although despite the short time that he played for Rovers, he still managed to score 3 goals in 5 matches.
After completing the recovery from his hamstring injury, Macheda joined Doncaster Rovers on another loan deal but this time until the end of December. The 22 years old Italian player has already said however that it is very likely he leaves Manchester United and his future will probably be outside of the Premier League club.
Macheda said he will likely have to leave United on permanent basis to further his career and suggested a return to his native Italy as the most likely destination.
“I have not had the opportunity to talk about my place at United, but I have not once been selected this year and I think my future will be far from Manchester”, he said.
“I need to find continuity until January. Then in January, we will see.
“Let’s see how it goes this year, and then I might as well go back to Italy.”
Macheda made an explosive debut with Manchester United back in 2009 when he scored an outstanding goal at the 93rd minute when the club was still under the control of Sir. Alex Ferguson and they were struggling in their match against Aston Villa but Macheda scored the winning goal in the last few seconds.
Since signing for Manchester United in 2008, Macheda has made 19 appearances and all of them coming from the bench. His lack of playing time with the club is the main reason why he wants to make a permanent move away from the champions of the Premier League.