Manchester United are considering letting their striker Angelo Henriquez leave Old Trafford in the summer transfer window.
According to the Manchester Evening News, the 21-year-old is not included in Louis van Gaal's plan for the 2015/16 season and the Dutchman has already sanctioned his sale. He was part of the Chile squad that won the 2015 Copa America by defeating Argentina in the final on penalties.
Henriquez was signed by former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson from Chile outfit Universidad in 2012. He struggled to break into the first team and was sent on loan to Wigan Athletic and was an unused substitute during their FA Cup final victory over Manchester City in 2014.
The South America failed to impress Ferguson's successor David Moyes, and the Scot sent him on loan to Real Zaragoza. On his return to Old Trafford, Henriquez joined Dinamo Zagreb, once again on loan for the 2014/15 campaign.
The Chile international scored 20 goals from 25 appearances and played a key part in the Croatian club's title winning campaign last season. Despite impressing at Dinamo, Van Gaal has decided against giving him a chance.
Earlier in March, Henriquez had already made his desire to join Dinamo on a permanent transfer in the summer transfer window, known.
"My loan from Manchester United lasts until the end of the season and I know that Dinamo want to purchase my contract which means that the club are satisfied with me and therefore I am happy," Henriquez explained.
"I feel great on and off the pitch and I want to stay here. People here have accepted me, I have gained many friends, and Zagreb is a lovely city and wherever I go I feel the fans are happy with me which is what is important to me."
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager has already allowed Radamel Falcao to return to AS Monaco after his season-long loan deal expired. The Colombian international has now joined Chelsea on loan.
With Falcao's departure and Henriquez closing in on a Dinamo move, Van Gaal will be left with Wayne Rooney and James Wilson as the first choice strikers, along with Robin van Persie.