Moyes considers Manchester United midfielder loan move

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Manchester United starlet Larnell Cole is poised for a loan move away from Old Trafford, according to Sky Sports.

The 20-year-old midfielder has been tipped for a bright future in the game, and has attracted interest from a host of clubs in this country and abroad.

A number of Championship sides are keen to take Cole on a short-term deal, while the Red Devils academy product has also been eyed by clubs in Germany and Holland.

Cole's agent, Peter Morrison of James Grant Group, has confirmed that Manchester United are currently considering a number of offers for the England U20 international, with manager David Moyes set to make a decision on his future in the coming days.

"I am aware that he has created quite a bit of interest and I'm not surprised given his performances last season," Morrison told Sky Sports.

"Larnell is an exceptional talent but it is important that if he goes on loan it's to a club where he will not only play regularly but continue his development under the right manager as ultimately his aim is to play for Manchester United."

Cole was on the scoresheet in Manchester United's 4-2 defeat against Liverpool in the U21 Premier reserve league clash on Monday evening, an encounter that Moyes was in the stands for.

However, it's unlikely that the youngster will gain route into the senior side this season, and so would benefit from the opportunity to continue his development with regular first-team action at another club.

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