From BBC: Supremely talented 21-year-old could leave Manchester United permanently

Manchester United Football Club have already let go of Morgan Schneiderlin during this window, and it certainly feels like the Red Devils will be more of a selling club than a buying one right now. Another player could well be on the move, according to the BBC’s Simon Stone.

The BBC report says that Manchester United academy graduate and talented midfielder Sean Goss could well be on his way out of Old Trafford this month. Here comes the worrying part, Simon Stone took to Twitter to discuss the move, and confirmed that the deal could well be a permanent one…

Simon Stone also posted about a possible Goss move on Twitter:

It didn’t go down well with some reds, who obviously rate the midfielder very highly:

I have to say I’m firmly with these guys. I’d absolutely love for Sean Goss to stay at Manchester United because I think he’s brilliant. However, you have to consider that he isn’t playing first-team football at the moment, and he’s 21 now. He needs to be getting that match experience, and QPR can certainly offer him that.

A loan move would be ideal, but if Jose Mourinho doesn’t think he has the potential to make it here, then letting him leave on a permanent transfer will obviously be bitterly disappointing, but you have to trust the manager.

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