A host of clubs have enquired about the availability of Manchester United's Larnell Cole, according to Sky Sports.
The Red Devils are eyeing up the possibility of letting the England Under-20 international leave on loan during this summer's transfer window in order to allow the starlet to gain vital experience that will be crucial if he is to go on to be a United star.
Cole has attracted interest from not only the English Championship but also many German and Dutch clubs who are looking to bring the 20-year-old to their clubs on loan.
The player's agent, Peter Morrison of James Grant Group, has confirmed to Sky Sports that United are currently considering a number of approaches.
"I am aware that he has created quite a bit of interest and I'm not surprised given his performances last season," Morrison said.
"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."
Larnell is the son of former United legend Andrew, who enjoyed a hugely successful six-year stint at Old Trafford between 1995-2001. He was a key member of Sir Alex Ferguson's 1999 squad who went on to achieve a historic treble.
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