COUNTY JOIN THE WILSON CHASE
DERBY COUNTY boss Paul Clement has confirmed his interest in bringing Manchester United striker James Wilson to the club on loan.
Despite a lack of strikers, United are open to the possibility of releasing Wilson.
And Clement became the second manager, after Bolton’s Neil Lennon, to publically declare his interest in the 19-year-old.
“It is a possibility but not a certainty,” said Clement. “We have shown an interest. He is a very talented player and a number of other clubs have shown an interest as well.
“We are waiting to hear back from United.”
MK Dons and Wolves are also understood to be among the host of clubs monitoring the situation, as Wilson has been frustrated by a lack of opportunities in the past year.
The youngster made his breakthrough under Ryan Giggs at the end of the 201314 season, but he has played just 17 minutes of first-team football since February.
TALENTED: James Wilson