England international striker Danny
Welbeck has committed his immediate future to Manchester United
by signing a new four-year deal, the Premier League club
announced on Wednesday.
Welbeck's contract will keep him at Old Trafford until June
2016, extending his stay at a club he joined five years ago.
"Playing for United is all I've ever wanted to do - it's the
club I've supported all my life," Welbeck told the club website.
"I can't wait for the challenge of the new season to play my
part in helping the team compete for trophies."
The announcement follows on from the acquisition of Dutch
striker Robin Van Persie, who completed his move from Arsenal
The 21-year-old Welbeck has scored 17 times in 64
appearances for the club and enjoyed a breakout campaign last
season after returning from a loan spell at Sunderland.
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