Manchester United striker James Wilson will be sent to Championship club Derby County on loan, according to reports.
The 19-year-old is understood to be highly-rated by the Red Devils, but BBC Sport reports the youngster has been allowed to leave in order to aid his development.
Wilson has not featured for United this season despite Louis van Gaal’s side struggling for goal in the Premier League this season.
According to The Daily Mail, United received over 20 enquiries over the availibility of the England Under-21 international, with Paul Clement’s side winning the race for the youngster.
Wilson scored a double on his Premier League debut against Hull City in May 2014 and added another two goals in his following 17 appearances for the English giants.
Despite his lack of first-team action with United, Wilson showed his goalscoring touch after netting the winner in for the England Under-21’s against USA Under 23’s on September 3.
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