Wout Weghorst isn't good enough for Man Utd and never will be - Erik ten Hag cannot sanction his permanent signing
The Premier League is constantly changing week to week, whether it is managers being sacked, players making triumphant returns from injury or ending six-month goal droughts. But some things stay the same, such as Wout Weghorst starting yet another match for Manchester United and doing absolutely nothing of note in it.
In Sunday's miserable 2-0 defeat by Newcastle, yet another awful away performance by United against a top side, the Dutchman had just 10 touches, only two of which were inside Newcastle's area.
He had one shot, which he failed to get on target.
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His performances are becoming a joke. Or, as Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp put it, a "nightmare".
One thing is for certain: the Weghorst experiment cannot continue beyond this season, and the club should not allow Erik ten Hag to sign the striker on a permanent deal, as he hinted he could last week.