The 31 year old English winger of Manchester United, Ashley Young has stated on various occasions his desire to become a regular starter for any club and it does not seem like it´s going to happen if he continues his performing with the English Premier League club Manchester United.
The 2016-17 season of the top tier English League has reached it´s end and Ashley Young had to settle with 12 appearances with only 8 of those coming off as an actual starter.
Back on April of the ongoing year, Ashley Young had a few things to say concerning his future as well as his current situation in Old Trafford as the English winger said:
“I am looking to play as many games as I can between now and the end of the season. That is what I am concentrating on now. That is the main focus for me and then we will see what happens´´
“I have fire and hunger in my belly. I want to succeed. I work hard. When you have such competition in a fantastic squad it pushes you on every day.If you watched training there are no challenges that are not like in a game. Everybody wants to pull on the shirt and I am no different.”
There are rumors going on suggesting that Ashley Young might be on his way back to his former club Aston Villa and with the summer transfer window already on the horizon, this potential transfer is one that has a realistic chance of occurring.
If Ashley Young does indeed make a return to Villa Park, his chances of getting into the main team as a regular starter are much higher compared to if he decides to continue with Manchester United.
Ashley Young performed for Aston Villa starting from January of 2007 until June of 2011 and he was a consistent player as Young made over 30 appearances in almost every single season.