Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha is set to be offered up to six choices of destination as he considers a loan move from the club in order to get more game time.

Zaha has featured for the Red Devils just twice this season and though he is clearly in the sights of Roy Hodgson, with such limited game time the youngster is struggling to stand out.

Now The Sun are reporting that six clubs have made their interest in his signature known, with Newcastle as well as Swansea, West Brom, Aston Villa, Cardiff and Everton all hoping to convince the winger to join their club for the remainder of the season.

David Moyes appeared unsure of Zaha's abilities when he took over from Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer. The 21 year old was the last of Ferguson's signings and the incoming manager insisted he would test the youngster's abilities before deciding whether a loan spell was the right move.

But it would appear three months into the season that he isn't in favour with Moyes yet and with a large group of Premier League clubs all knocking on his door, the option of a temporary move is quickly becoming favourable.

The 2014 World Cup is now just nine months away and it would appear to be Zaha's last ditch chance of getting a seat on the plane to Brazil if he is able to spend the six months before d showcasing his skills.

The winger is believed to have turned down the opportunity to move back to Crystal Palace on loan once more as the side currently sit at the bottom of the table and without a manager.