Manchester United will allow Wilfried Zaha to leave the club on loan in January, in order to gain experience of regular first-team football in the Premier League, reports the Daily Mail.
The former Crystal Palace winger joined the champions in a £15million deal in the summer, and after impressing for his new club in pre-season had been expected to feature in the senior side.
However, new Red Devils boss David Moyes has only used Zaha sparingly, with the England U21 international having not played since the Community Shield victory over Wigan Athletic back in August.
Zaha has been named on the bench in three of Manchester United's Premier League games, but remained an unused substitute in each of those encounters.
It's understood that a host of clubs would be interested in taking the 21-year-old for the remainder of the 2013/14 campaign, with his old employers Palace believed to be heading the queue.
However, Moyes might prefer that Zaha takes on a fresh challenge, with possible opportunities at Swansea, West Brom, Stoke City and Newcastle United also in the offing.
Zaha is understandably frustrated at his lack of action this term, and knows that he needs to be playing regularly if he is to force his way into Roy Hodgson's England squad for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil next summer, assuming the Three Lions actually qualify for the tournament.