Manchester United have successfully loaned out their young striker James Wilson to Scottish Premier League outfits Aberdeen for ahead of the upcoming season.
The 22-year-old striker, who was a product of the club’s academy, was given his debut by Ryan Giggs in 2014 but he didn’t do enough to get regular action under the gaffer, who was later replaced by José Mourinho.
Upon his arrival, the Portuguese loaned out the player to Brighton & Hove Albion for regular action but he couldn’t get much game as he would have to have.
He was later loaned out to Sheffield United during last season.
Wilson had an eventful season at the championship side throughout the season as he featured in most of the games played by the club.
Despite his successful loan spell at Sheffield United, José Mourinho wasn’t impressed with the young striker and he has sent him to the fourth loan of his career.
According to the club’s website, Wilson has moved to Aberdeen on a season-long loan so as to continue his development.
The media further confirmed that the England youth international would wear jersey number 9 for the season.
Wilson will hope to have a great season with the Scottish side, so as to stand any chance of playing for United once again.
During his short spell under Ryan Giggs’ tutelage, Wilson played 15 matches for the club, scoring five goals in the process.