Angelo Henriquez could be set for another loan spell away from Manchester United as the young striker looks to secure regular first team football.
Henriquez joined United from Universidad de Chile in the 2012 summer and after spending six months playing in the reserves was sent on-loan to Wigan for the rest of the season.
However, the 18 year old has made only five appearances and has been unable to achieve the regular football that the spell was designed to afford him.
With that in mind, the Daily Mirror claim he could make a move to a Championship club or La Liga side next season so he can get more experience playing first team football and show the potential that Sir Alex Ferguson saw in him in Chile.
While Henriquez is scheduled to make a return to Old Trafford in the summer, he will struggle to achieve any game time with the senior side as the likes of Robin van Persie, Danny Welbeck, Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez are ahead of him.
A lack of firepower was a huge problem for United in the FA Cup quarter final with Chelsea on Monday, with the side unable to find the back of the net as they slumped out of the competition 1-0.
But Chris Smalling believes that the squad will recover in time for their derby match-up with Manchester City this weekend; with the game posing the perfect pick-up for a team on the brink of their 20th title.
"It will take a couple of days to get over it because a lot of us came into it with great confidence and we felt we were going to win the game," he told the Manchester Evening News.
"At least we have a good game on Monday, but we need to make sure that we rally together and win this title with aplomb.
"Our fans will be right behind us and we need to make sure that we give them a good performance because the second half was just not good enough."