The Manchester United youngster will be allowed to leave Old Trafford on loan if the Red Devils bring in another attacking player
According to various reports, the young Belgian forward has been hotly linked with loan moves to the likes of Everton, West Ham United and Sunderland but it appears that Louis van Gaal is willing to keep the youngster with the club until the team cannot find a more experienced option in attack.
The youngster has started all games for the Red Devils (apart from the opening day game against Tottenham) so far this season and although LVG has been a wee bit critical of him in recent weeks, the Dutch tactician still has a lot of belief in him and would never sanction a permanent move away from Old Trafford.
“He is not for sale,” van Gaal said, before explaining why he missed the opening day victory over Spurs. “I have 28 players and I have to select, and last week I chose other players. He is doing his utmost best.”