Queens Park Rangers have enquired about the availability of Manchester United youngster Sean Goss, according to West London Sport.
Ian Holloway is a fan of the young central midfielder and would like to sign him on a permanent basis.
However, it is believed that QPR would settle for a loan deal if Manchester United do not sanction a permanent sale.
The 21-year-old joined the Manchester United academy from Exeter City in 2012 but he is yet to make his first team debut for the Red Devils.
Jose Mourinho has invited him to train with the first team, though, and he has been held with high regard by the Premier League giants.
The German-born midfielder can also play at left back but his progress was halted last year due to a back injury.
A number of Championship clubs are reportedly in for the England youth international but Queens Park Rangers are hoping to tie up a deal.
QPR fans – would Goss be a good signing? Would he add something to your midfield? Can you get him permanently or on loan? Let us know in the comments below…