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Zaha loan move away from Man United on hold, says Moyes

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By Jamie Elliott

Saturday 18 January 2014

Man United forward Wilfried Zaha looks set to remain at the club despite many clubs interested in taking the player on loan, according to ManUtd.com

Wilfried Zaha

Manager David Moyes had offered the England man a chance to go on loan due to lack of playing time, but an increasing injury list has necessitated his staying with the team.

"I said to Wilf if I couldn’t get him games I’d put him on loan," stated Moyes. "But he can’t go out loan while I’ve got Young and Nani out injured. I’m surprised anybody was even thinking about that as a possibility with that situation arising."

Wingers Nani and Ashley Young have joined a lengthy injury list and face no set date for their returns and Moyes now appears keen to keep Zaha as cover.

The 21-year-old arrived at United from Crystal Palace for £15 million in the summer but has made just two substitute appearances in the Premier League.

While Moyes is eager for Zaha to gain first team experience, the injury problems facing the United squad mean that the boss will have to consider his striking options.

Now the young England international looks set to be involved in the upcoming league game against Chelsea and the Capital One Cup semi-final second leg against Sunderland.

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