Manchester United supporters have spent the evening discussing possible summer departures from Old Trafford.
One player they are spilt over is Japanese international Shinji Kagawa who has failed to make the impact expected this season.
Former United boss Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly told his successor David Moyes that the 24-year-old would be a key member of his United squad this season.
However that hasn’t been the case and instead the former Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder has become something of an outcast at the club.
Now the latest reports from The Express suggest Turkish giants Besiktas are lining up a summer move for Kagawa.
It is also thought hat Dortmund would welcome him back with open arms, and there has even talk in the tavern that he could be included as part of a potential deal to recruit any of BVB’s many stars by United.
The Japanese international has not played for the Reds since the penalty shootout drama with Sunderland at Old Trafford that cost them a place in the Capital One Cup Final.
Since then, Moyes has forked out a club record fee of £37.1 million for Juan Mata in January which has moved him further down the pecking order at Old Trafford.
Should United keep hold of the attacker or is it time to let him leave? Let’s us know your thoughts below.
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