Federico Macheda moved to Stuttgart on loan back in January on a contract until the end of the season, with an option that Stuttgart could make permanent in the summer.
This is a deal that Macheda would welcome after failing to prove himself at Manchester United since ‘that’ goal against Aston Villa at Old Trafford.
Macheda, who is now 21 is settling into life in Germany and states that it “wouldn’t make sense” to go back to England with Manchester United.
Currently Federico Macheda is contracted with United until the summer of 2014, but speaking with the Daily Mail he said:
“After Manchester it has been a struggle. I have had injuries and loan spells and they haven’t really worked.
“But I am adapting now here at Stuttgart. That takes time. The important thing now is to find my place; get some playing time and develop as a player.
“Manchester United was more difficult than any club in the world because of the talent of the players there and because of the attention and the pressure.
“It wouldn’t make sense to go back and do what I have done for the last two years. Maybe in the future I could go back, but not now.”