Red Devil’s head Kenny Jackett finally decides to let their striker James Wilson go for loan move for a trimester.
The England under-21 international, who scored a match-winning goal against USA Under-23s last week, is yet to cement a slot in Man. United squad as new arrival Anthony Martial is Louis van Gaal’s main focus of attention down to his overwhelming performances.
The young striker, who managed to play just 17 minutes first-team football since Feb., feels exasperated on the dearth of opportunities despite of all outstanding shows he made during last year. A series of minor injuries also said a lot in leaving him undeveloped.
Wilson has also represented international England under-16 and England under-19 leading his team significant victories against North Ireland and Estonia in 2011 and 2013 respectively.
It worth mentioning that over 20 clubs seemed to be interested in the purchase of 19-year-old Wilson after Jackett indicated his availability for a temporary loan move.
Earlier Man United headed two of their recognized forwards Javier Hernandez and Adnan Januzaj out on loan to Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund respectively.