For the 2013/2014 season, Manchester United have decided to send some of their young players out on loan, in order for them to get enough games and minutes and to gain experience.
Most of these players were already a partial or a full part of the first team, which is filled with a lot of more experienced stars, but the players who got through United's academy are showing that some of them might be in first team action soon.
Manager David Moyes said that he is proud to see United players impressing during their loan stints away from the club.
Moyes told MUTV: "It tells you about the back-up players we've got in the squad that we can allow these players to go on loan and they are doing well at their respective clubs.''
Nick Powell is probably the best out of United's players on loan, and has established himself as a regular starting-eleven player for Wigan, scoring goals early in the season in the Chamiponship, as well as in the Europa League, quickly cementing himself as a favourite with manager and fans alike.
Other recognizable players like Jesse Lingard (Birmingham City), Angelo Henriquez (Real Zaragoza) and Federico Macheda (Doncaster United), are also making a name for themselves, which can open the door of the first team fast, especially if United's more established stars continue to struggle
Moyes added: "I'm delighted to see Nick, Jesse, Federico and Angelo getting goals. It shows they are doing well, especially the young ones, as we're trying to give them games and get them more practice so they are ready for the real big league when their time comes."
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