Championship clubs Cardiff, Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday are all interested in signing Red Devils midfielder James Garner on loan next campaign. The 19-year-old midfielder is set to be allowed to leave Man United on loan next campaign after an excellent season.
It’s claimed that the clubs eyeing James also took an interest in taking the teenager on loan in the winter transfer window.
With the England youth international impressing for the Under-23s side, he’s managed to win six first-team appearances for Man United this campaign, James made his debut last October.
The talent has started in three of his first-team outings, most of his appearances coming in the Europa League, unfortunately, the ace hasn’t had many chances at senior level since the turn of the year.
The most exciting thing about James, a promising defensive midfielder, is his surprising eye for goal, the ace has bagged eight goals in 10 Premier League 2 appearances this campaign.
With Bruno Fernandes’ arrival in January sparking rejuvenated form from the likes of Nemanja Matic and Fred, as well as Scott McTominay returning from injury, Garner’s path to first-team football with Man United now looks blocked.
Given the situation, it may be best for the Red Devils to give the youngster a chance to impress with a Championship side, James’ development could be accelerated with regular senior football.