United set to loan Nick Powell back out, once again

Manchester United’s Nick Powell has returned to Carrington this week, just half-way through his unsuccessful loan move at Leicester City, with the foxes sending him back due to various reasons, including performances and attitude off the pitch in training.

There had been much excitement with Manchester United fans about Nick Powell in the past, and thought that a move to Leicester City on transfer deadline day would be a fantastic move for the England under-21 international, but Powell only made three substitute appearances for Nigel Pearson’s side.

After playing just 40-minutes for the first-team at Leicester, both clubs have found a solution to bring him back to Carrington for a short period of time before loaning him out until the end of the season.

Looking for a more local loan move this time, Powell is being linked with both Bolton Wanderers, or to Wigan Athletic where a previous loan move saw him score 12 goals in 41 games.

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  1. And more so on fact Powell is crap, not united level and doesn’t deserve to be around the club… Sell the average garbage player to league one, never was he good enough and never will he be.

  2. If rather keep him at United for the remainder of the season to keep him under close watch.

    Such a talent. Pity to lose out on so much potential.

  3. Hi Steve, should the club believe that there is still hope for Powell to turn into something, I guess it would be best for him to remain at United for the remainder of the season so as to be under the watchful eye of LVG and his staff.

    This lad had such excellent potential however he seems to have lost his head. Such a pity cause he looked immensely promising.

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