Manchester United striker Federico Macheda is set to make a loan move to Queens Park Rangers until the end of the season, according to The
Macheda is low in the forward pecking order at Old Trafford and has been resigned to playing most of his football in the reserves so far this season. The Italian has failed to make an impact at Old Trafford following the much-talked about goal against Aston Villa in April 2009. Sir Alex Ferguson is looking to improve the Italian with a loan deal to a Premier League side.
QPR are keen to sign the Italian and will beat interest from Wigan for Macheda. Neil Warnock is looking to add class to his forward line and Macheda, despite his lack of opportunities, is a good player for a mid-table Premier League side. Macheda’s agent Giovanni Bia has admitted that the club closest to signing Macheda is QPR and the Italian wants the move to London for more football.
Bia said: ‘There was nothing concrete with Wigan. The club closer to Macheda is QPR. I think at 95 per cent that Macheda will go to London, because he needs to play, and this is the only suggestion of a transfer to date. He’ll go on a simple loan for six months, because Sir Alex Ferguson believes in him and wants to take him back to United at the end of the season’.
See what the expert tipsters at OLBG are tipping on Man Utd v Blackburn