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According to reports, Manchester United youngster Sean Goss is likely to leave Manchester United in the January transfer window. Several clubs are interested in signing the talented midfielder, but according to the Manchester Evening News, the 21-year-old footballer is on his way to London within the next few days.
Queens Park Rangers are interested in a permanent deal for Goss, but Manchester United chiefs are eager to send him on loan to the Championship club. The club owners obviously believe that there is a bright future ahead of him and that is the main reason why they do not want to sell the England rising star.
The Hoops are reportedly also willing to consider a loan deal and it remains to be seen if the two clubs are going to reach an agreement over Sean Goss transfer over the coming days.
Speaking of United youngsters, José Mourinho has allowed Sam Johnstone to leave the club, but Sean Goss is not allowed to depart on a temporary basis.
As things stand now, the midfielder is likely to join QPR on loan, but the capital club should have the option of making the transfer permanent.
Sean Goss is a British footballer of German descent and it has to be noted that he began his youth career at Exeter City. Goss is a member of the England under-19 team.
After impressing on trial, Goss joined Manchester United in 2012 for a fee of around £100,000. The talented midfielder has been producing thrilling displays for the Red Devils reserve team this season and he provided an assist for Matty Willock in a hard-fought win over Liverpool on Monday.
Sean Goss is a left midfielder, but he is capable of playing at left-back as well. The Manchester United midfielder was born on October 1, 1995 in Wegberg, Germany.