QPR’s on loan striker Federico Macheda has said that he wants to become a first team regular at Old Trafford. Federico Macheda is currently on loan at QPR after having arrived from Manchester United in the January transfer window. This is the one of the many loan deals Federico Macheda has been part of in the last few seasons ever since making his debut for Manchester United in 2009. Despite being sent out on loan at various clubs in the last few seasons, Federico Macheda has said that his dream is to play for Manchester United as a first-team regular.

Federico Macheda made a sensational debut for Manchester United coming late on in the match against Aston Villa in 2009 to score the winner. It is a debut that will be remembered by many, but the subsequent performances has not been good enough to convince Sir Alex Ferguson to retain him at Old Trafford. Federico Macheda has admitted that Sir Alex Ferguson does have the habit of sending young players out on loan deals in order to provide them with experience before handing them a chance at Old Trafford. Federico Macheda has told an Italian radio station that midfielder Tom Cleverley is a perfect example of this case.

“I am still owned by Manchester United. I don’t know what the future will hold, but I will definitely go back to Sir Alex Ferguson’s club at the end of my loan spell. My dream is to establish myself in a United shirt, even though I know that will be difficult. I will do all I can to make that happen,” he told Radio Mana Mana. Federico Macheda has been on loan at Sampdoria last season, although he failed to score even a single goal in most 15 appearances.