James Wilson
Manchester United striker James Wilson is set to be sent on loan for the entire 2015/16 campaign to gain valuable first-team experience (Getty Images)

Manchester United have reportedly put multiple Premier League clubs on alert after making young striker James Wilson available for loan next season.

According to the Daily Mail, the Red Devils are ready to let the young striker go on a season-long loan to a Premier League club to get valuable first-team experience.

The 19-year-old English forward has made 16 appearances for United thus far this season and scored just one goal, though he struggled to make a regular impact due to the presence of Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao and Wayne Rooney ahead of him in the pecking order.

The young striker is highly regarded by Louis van Gaal after the manager chose to retain him in the summer, while letting senior strikers Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez depart the club.

There are various Premier League clubs who are interested in taking the youngster on loan ahead of next season and have already made their intentions clear to United.

The report claims that Newcastle United have stated their desire to take the young Englishman to St James' Park next season, but the Red Devils are said to be apprehensive due to the state of the club on and off the pitch.

Apart from the Magpies, rivals Everton, West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City have also made their interest known to sign Wilson on a temporary basis, and United are looking for a club that will give him the right environment to regain his form and flourish.

Wilson, however, is entering the final two months of his contract and is yet to hold talks with the club over a new deal, but reports have suggested that he will be offered a new long-term deal sooner rather than later.

Apart from Wilson, another highly-rated youngster at the club Adnan Januzaj, who has also struggled to make an impact under Louis van Gaal following a breakthrough season in the previous campaign, is being considered for a season-long loan next campaign, with Everton being front runners for his signature.