Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is reportedly considering sending out Adnan Januzaj on loan in January to get the winger more first team football.
The 19-year-old midfielder, who was impressive under former boss David Moyes last season, has failed to break into the first team this time around, with van Gaal opting to start with more experienced players.
However, Manchester United still feel that Januzaj is going to be a star in the future, and due to this reason they are only considering loaning him out rather than sending him on a permanent basis, according to the Daily Mirror.
Moyes, who is currently with Real Sociedad, is an ardent admirer of Januzaj and is keen on a move along with Serie A giants Inter Milan. Manchester United, though, are reportedly hoping to send the teenager to a Premier League side in January.
Hull City and Everton are seen as possible destinations for the youngster as both clubs are believed to be interested in signing a midfielder to improve their positions in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick feels that Radamel Falcao will now return to his best following his equalising goal against Aston Villa at the weekend.
After a lengthy spell on the sideline due to injuries, the 28-year-old Colombian started in his first game since October on Saturday and scored an important goal at Villa.
And Carrick, who says that he was pleased after seeing Falcao score on Saturday, feels that the former Porto hitman will soon be back to his best.
"He's scored so many goals over the years and you always feel that when he gets that chance he will score," Carrick told MUTV. "He's scored a terrific header again and I'm pleased for him.
"After being out for a bit that's him back and hopefully he can go on a bit of a streak for us and we, as a team, can return to winning ways and get on a roll again."