Manchester United are prepared to let Facundo Pellistri head out on loan this month in an effort to further his development.
The Red Devils are in talks with Spanish side Alaves about taking the winger on loan for the rest of the season.
United gave him the green light to begin discussing temporary moves with other clubs and Club Brugge were also keen, according to Goal.
The youngster moved to United from Penarol for £9m in the summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had laid out a pathway for the 19-year-old to make his way into the first team.
The club's U23s manager Neil Wood has observed Pellistri more closely and has been suitably impressed with his skillset.
Solskjaer, having seen the Uruguayan embed himself in the club culture, is now prepared to sanction a temporary exit with more minutes set to assist the player.
Pellistri is yet to play for the United first team but has been an unused substitute in the Champions League games against Paris Saint-Germain and Istanbul Basaksehir.
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