Englishman has featured for just 60 mins for the club since arriving in January.
Unsettled Manchester United wide man Wilfried Zaha will be sent out on loan to a Premier Club club when the winter transfer window finally reopens once again for business for the year in January, according to reports in the Sunday Mirror.
The promising England international has only been at the Premier League champions now since the turn of the year, when Zaha arrived at Old Trafford from Championship outfit Crystal Palace on a five-year deal for a fee of £15 million.
However, having been allowed to be loaned straight back to the Eagles by the then United head coach Sir Alex Ferguson for the second half of last season, it was expected that Zaha would be given his chance to shine in the Red Devils first team in this campaign under new United manager David Moyes.
But, after starting the first 60 minutes of the Premier League giants’ opening fixture of the season, the curtain raiser against the FA Cup holders Wigan Athletic at Wembley Stadium in the FA Community Shield, Zaha has mysteriously not be been seen in a United shirt ever since.
And now it is understood that Moyes is planning on shipping the 20-year-old out to a fellow Premier League side on loan for the second half of this campaign, with Newcastle United, Stoke, Southampton and Fulham all believed to be interested in the winger.