Tahith Chong has reportedly rejected the chance to leave Manchester United on loan this summer.
The 19-year-old winger has not made either of the Red Devils' Premier League matchday squads and is thought to have been offered the chance to go out on loan this summer, with PSV Eindhoven and Feyenoord both interested.
However, Chong, who made four appearances for the first team last season, is intent on remaining at Old Trafford and fighting for his place, according to The Mirror.
"Tahith does not want to be loaned, but wants to fight for his chance at Manchester United," Chong's agent Erkan Alkan said.
"Top clubs from the Bundesliga and La Liga also have him in sight.
"He has done a strong preparation [for the season], in which he has proven to be one of the better attackers of United."
With Alexis Sanchez closing in on an exit and Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard appearing to take up more central roles this term, Chong's main competition for a place on the flanks appears to be Marcus Rashford and new signing Daniel James, as well as Andreas Pereira. body check tags ::