Manchester United revealed their intentions on departing ways with the 28 years old winger Ashley Young. The English player made his move from Aston Villa with price tag of £17 million but a number of injuries and sudden drop of form have left him out of the main team for quite some time.

With a paycheck of £110,000 each week, the English club is searching for a way to offload him either that might be a loan or a transfer. David Moyes does not have any plans for Young that could involve placing him into the starting XI of the squad.

Kagawa, Valencia and Nani all seem to be the preferred option for the coach Moyes which have caused the tactician on thinking of other options for Young. Not only has he been missing out from the club’s matches but also not being picked out by England’s coach Roy Hodgson.
The teen sensation Adrian Januzaj also signed a 5 year deal with the club which turns things even tougher for Young if he wants to standout against all of those players that are available for David Moyes.

The latest online betting odds on Young moving on in January are down to Evens (with Unibet), so Young has his work cut out if he wants to stay.

He might be seeing his way out of Manchester United by January during the winter transfer window and even though he is not a first choice option for the English, some other clubs should be interested in acquiring the winger.
Having joined Manchester United in 2011 his time could end sooner than what he had expected when he made his move from Aston Villa and promised so much to the club.