- James Garner has found it difficult to break into Man United's first team
- He could now be on his way out of the club with a loan transfer on the cards
- Cardiff City and Swansea City are among the English clubs understood to be monitoring his situation at Old Trafford
Man United are reportedly ready to ship out rising star James Garner on loan when the window reopens.
Garner has found first team football hard to come by having failed to break it into Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's squad.
The youngster has been limited to just seven first-team appearances for the Red Devils since joining the senior team.
United are now said to be looking to allow the promising midfielder to depart the club on loan where he can continue his development.
Express UK citing Daily Mail reports Garner is being monitored by second-tier sides including Cardiff City, Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday.
The teenage sensation was handed first team football after his impressive performances for United's Under 23 side.
It is believed Solskjaer has already identified Birmingham star Jude Bellingham as Garner's potential replacement, with United already keen on a transfer.
The Old Trafford dwellers attempted to sign the 16-year-old in January but Birmingham managed to keep hold of the talented midfielder.
The £30 million-rated midfielder has already been given a tour of the club's Carrington training base, with former boss Sir Alex Ferguson said to be leading discussions to sign him.
However, United will have to contend with competition from Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea all who are looking to sign him from St Andrew's.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United winger Daniel James believes the club can win their first Premier League title since 2013 next season.
The 22-year-old Welshman is counting on the expertise of World Cup winner Paul Pogba and homeboy Marcus Rashford to achieve the feat.
James joined the Red Devils from Swansea City on a five-year deal valued around £15 million and has scored four goals with seven assists in all competition so far.
After about one year at Old Trafford, the attacker is confident the club has the quality to contend for titles like their biggest rivals Manchester City and Liverpool as reported by The Mirror.
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