Manchester United may be prepared to give young winger Wilfried Zaha a permanent transfer if the the right proposal is put forward.
According to the Daily Mail, David Moyes is prepared to cash in on the England Under-21 international after a failure to make his mark at Old Trafford.
The report claims the Manchester United manager has not been impressed with what he has seen since succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson in the summer and the Red Devils are preparing to cut their losses.
Should Zaha be sold in the coming January transfer window, it would mean his miserable time at the Premier League champions lasted only a year, with just half of that actually spent at Manchester United.
There have been continual reports of a possible loan move for the 21-year-old, but this report would suggest that Moyes has no interest in trying to use Zaha in his squad.
Zaha was Ferguson's last signing before retirement and he has made only two subsitute appearances in the Premier League so far this season.