Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has enquired about the availability of Wilfried Zaha with a view to take the United youngster on loan this season.
Zaha has found life tough at United, with his only appearance this term coming against Norwich in the Capital One Cup.
A number of clubs are said to be interested in taking Zaha, who appeared in United u21’s 1-0 defeat to Stoke yesterday afternoon, on loan but it appears that Newcastle are said to have made the first approach according to The Daily Mirror:
Newcastle head the queue for Manchester United misfit Wilfried Zaha.
Boss Alan Pardew wants to take the former Crystal Palace winger on loan and has asked David Moyes to let him have the top prospect.
The piece also claims that West Brom and Stoke have shown an interest in him whilst Everton are interested in taking him, but only on a permanent deal.