Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is set to block Facudo Pelistri's loan move in oder to keep him at the club until the end of the season.
Manchester Evening News had reported earlier on that the Uruguayan international is raising concern to many clubs which wants him on loan .
The Uruguayan toward ,21, has not given any start games for Manchester united this season and he has only made his first debut last week against Charlton in Carabao Cup where he impressed a lot.
During the match ,Pellistri only got a six minutes playing time and his lack of game time has led speculation that he could on a verge out of Old Trafford this January with a number of clubs chasing for his signature.
According to TalkSport, Pellistri's agent ,Edgardo Lasalvia had claimed before the World cup that the forward would leave Manchester United if a good bid arise.
The 2-years-old joined Manchester United in 2020 from Penerol for about £9 million but has been farmed out on loan to Alves on different occasions.
According to reports in England,Championship promoter chaser Watford want to sign him .The Star has also reported that Spanish club Valencia also have entered into the race in search of his services.
However,according to United Meppetiers,Manchester united manager Erik Ten Hag will not allow the Uruguayan international forward to depart the club even if he was not part of the squad that took part in Manchester derby win.
United Meppetiers continued to report that the club will not be signing any player after securing a loan deal for Burnley striker Wout Weghorst. This is the main reason that United will not be allowing his move out of the club.
The same source has reported that after his debut against Charlton,Ten Hag has been impressed with Pellistri effort and he is ready to give him game time in coming days .
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