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Manchester United to send James Wilson out on loan – report

by Sam Peoples

Manchester United will allow James Wilson to leave the club on loan next season with Newcastle United, Everton, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City all interested in his services, according to Mail Online.

Wilson has made the step up to the first-team this term but a couple of niggling injuries have curtailed his progress and limited his appearances under Louis van Gaal.

Meanwhile, Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie have been jostling for Wayne Rooney’s position up top for van Gaal’s side.

Man United want Wilson to go somewhere he can flourish and get some regular first-team football but Newcastle’s situation on and off the pitch make them an unattractive destination, so United will more than likely look to send him to Everton, West Brom or Stoke instead.

Wilson is too good for the U21s but not good enough to start regularly for the first-team. Therefore, a loan makes perfect sense as it would allow Wilson to make an impact in the Premier League on a regular basis.


With a solid campaign under his belt, there is no reason why he can’t force his way into United’s starting XI in the future.

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