Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is reportedly considering sending youngster Adnan Januzaj out on loan once the January transfer window opens.
According to the Mirror, the manager wants the Belgian international to get regular game time to further his football development and is considering a short-term loan move.
Januzaj has struggled to get into the United starting XI on a consistent basis following summer arrivals of Angel di Maria and Radamel Falcao.
There are plenty of clubs waiting in the queue to take the youngster on loan, with former manager David Moyes, who is currently boss of Real Sociedad in Spain very keen to take him to the La Liga for the remainder of the season.
Serie A giants Inter Milan are also said to have shown interest in signing the young winger once the January transfer window opens.
But it is believed that the United hierarchy are hoping Januzaj can remain in England and go out on loan to a Premier League club instead of moving abroad.
There will be plenty of clubs in England, who will be willing to take on a player who is highly rated in the corridors of Old Trafford.
The report claims that Hull City manager Steve Bruce is one of the interested parties along with Everton and could use the strong connections he has with his former club to take the youngster to the KC Stadium as he prepares for a relegation battle following a poor start to the season.
However, United, who have had a wretched season on the injury front, will not let the player leave, if they sustain any injuries to offensive players during the busy Christmas and New Year period.