It’s only been a few weeks since David Bentley left for Russia but the long term future of the winger is already being discussed. Bentley’s loan period at Rostov expires in January and it seems unlikely, to say the least that he’ll resume a Tottenham career at that point.
There has been talk of a permanent move to MK Dons but the Buckinghamshire based club have now ruled it out.
“We have not spent much money over the summer, but at the same time we are very happy with the squad I have assembled at the club and have a lot of confidence in the players here,” said Dons manager Karl Robinson.
“We have not got anything left in the tank to bring in further additions, though.
“I would love to have David Bentley at this football club because he is a player whom I admire very much.”
Robinson also claimed that David can still make a contribution at Premiership level,
“With all due respect to our football club, I don’t feel that David should be playing at this sort of level,” he added.
Suggestions from Russia claim that there will be no attempt from Rostov to extend the deal so for now, the question of David Bentley’s future is deferred once again.