Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson is keen on signing Manchester United's Nick Powell during the summer transfer window.
The Daily Express believe the recently-promoted Leicester City have placed Powell on their summer transfer wish-list as they look to bring in several reinforcements for their first year back in the Premier League.
Powell could be allowed to leave Old Trafford either on a temporary or permanent basis during the upcoming summer transfer window.
The former Crewe midfielder, who moved to Old Trafford in 2012 for a fee that could rise to £6.5million, has failed to establish himself as a member of Manchester United's squad.
The 20-year-old had to make do with playing for Manchester United's reserve side before sealing a loan move to Wigan Athletic at the start of September.
Powell scored seven goals in 31 league games for Wigan Athletic during his time at the DW Stadium - but it remains to be seen if the England Under-21 starlet can make the step up.
Leicester City would provide Powell with the perfect platform to express himself in the top-flight of English football before returning to Manchester United if the East Midlands outfit can only land the youngster on a temporary deal.