• Manchester United loanee Tahith Chong is enjoying his loan spell outside the English Premier League
  • Chong expressed his intention to stay on-loan at Club Brugge
  • Another Red Devils loanee is linked to a return to Old Trafford

A Manchester United loanee has his own reasons why he doesn’t to return to Old Trafford.

Tahith Chong is set for another year with Manchester United. However, the winger has insisted that he has been having a better time as an on-loan player at Belgian side Club Brugge .

According to Chong, “stability” is what he has been longing for in his career and he wouldn’t have it if he returns to Manchester United.

For the 21-year-old, he is more likely to be handed playing time if he stays with the Belgian outfit.

“Staying here for another year could give me stability, but that is for later,” Chong told Voetbalmagazine. “As far as I know, there is no option in the agreement, we will have to discuss that with Manchester United later.”

“I like Belgium and Bruges too, it’s similar to the Netherlands,” the midfielder continued. “Somewhere it is in my head that staying here will help me to achieve some stability, but it is difficult to fully focus on that already.”

Fortunately for Chong, Club Brugge boss Philippe Clement seems to have been satisfied with his performance.

Based on Clement’s recent comments, Chong has adapted well in his squad. The coach also hinted at the possibility of extending the Dutchman’s loan spell by playfully acknowledging that the player’s intent to stay.

“You can see that he has had a good education,” Clement told Dutch outlet HLN (via Sport Witness ) of Chong. “Tahith picks up things faster than boys who have had a less good education or than players who come from another continent. It all goes faster with him. If you tell him something, he answers.”

“Maybe he doesn’t want to leave later,” the coach added. “Maybe he wants to stay here.”

Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard is another Manchester United loanee who has been playing some of the best games of his career.

In his first seven appearances for West Ham United, Lingard already impressed, having notched five goals to his name.

The Englishman’s fine form didn’t go unnoticed as rumors have now linked him to a return to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.

But like Chong, Lingard also expects to gain more playing time with either in a Manchester United jersey or a West Ham uniform.

"Yeah, I'm really pleased," Lingard told reporters after England’s win over San Marino on Thursday. "Like I say, I just really wanted regular football, and you know, when I play week in, week out it builds confidence.”

"I've been scoring goals and assisting to help my team - it's been amazing,” he continued. “Like I say, I just want to carry on that run of form now."

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the club won't hold a Middle East training camp
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the club won't hold a Middle East training camp AFP / Paul ELLIS