Premier League giants Manchester United will keep striker James Wilson at Old Trafford at the moment, according to what Wolves boss Kenny Jackett has now stated. The BBC Sport reported that Jackett revealed that Louis van Gaal’s side will keep the England U-21 international ‘for the time being’.
The 19-year-old forward is one of the best young attackers in the country, though he has not featured for the Red Devils this season so far. A number of big clubs were keen on signing the 19-year-old striker, but now it seems as if United will keep him despite speculations claiming he could be on his way out on a short-term loan.
Speaking about the future of Wilson, Jackett stated, “The information is he’s not available. Manchester United are keeping him for the time being. There has been a number of clubs who have enquired about him and at one stage they had been saying perhaps he could go.“