Young and exciting England Under-21 striker James Wilson has completed a loan move to Championship side Sheffield United to gain experience and more play time according to the Mirror.
The 22-year old striker made his debut for Manchester United senior team in 2014 under interim boss Ryan Giggs.
The highly rated goal poacher has recovered from a serious knee injury he suffered during his last loan spell at Derby County and has been banging goals for United Under-23 teams in the last few months.
Speaking to the club official website, Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder expresses his delight in landing Wilson to Bramall Lane when he said:
“James has a fantastic pedigree having come through the ranks at Manchester United and importantly has some good Championship experience,” Wilder told the official Sheffield United website.
“He says he is raring to go and is the fittest he has ever been, so couple that with his undoubted ability and desire to impress, than I’m sure he will improve the group.”
The Blades are currently sitting on the seventh spot on the Championship table and they will hope Wilson prolific goal scoring prowess will help them secure a place in the top three spot before the end of the season.
Sheffield United will take on Sheffield Wednesday this Friday and Wilson could make his debut for his club.