Dropped Manchester United starlet wants second loan move

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Manchester United starlet Angelo Henriquez wants another loan spell away from Old Trafford after struggling to settle in Wigan, according to the Daily Mirror.

The young Chilean has lost his place in the national team after a stuttering start to life in the Premier League. Henriquez joined the Premier League leaders last summer, and was sent out on loan to Wigan to aid his development.

But he's made just five appearances for Roberto Martinez's side, scoring one goal, and the report claims he's now asked Sir Alex Ferguson to find him another club for next season.

Henriquez is eying a move to La Liga, or to a club in the Championship where he can secure regular first-team football.

Because his inability to earn a place in the Wigan first-team has cost him his place in the Chile international squad. 

The teenage forward made his senior Chile debut in November 2012, coming on as a substitute for Barcelona star Alexis Sanchez and scoring his country's only goal in a 3-1 defeat to Serbia.

The 18-year-old has organised a meeting with Ferguson at the end of the season once he returns from Wigan, with another loan move thought to be top of the agenda.

Wigan have used Henriquez sparingly this term, and since the return to form of Arouna Kone, the Chilean has barely featured. 

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