- Cameron Borthwick-Jackson will go out on loan to Oldham Athletic
- The Manchester United defender has been training with the League Two club
- He has been linked with MLS sides Minnesota United and New York Red Bulls
- Borthwick-Jackson made his Man United first-team debut under Louis Van Gaal
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson will move to Oldham Athletic on loan from Manchester United
He went out on loan to Wolves in 2016 and has not regained his spot in the Man Utd first-team
Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson will sign for Oldham Athletic on loan on Thursday.
The 22-year old had interest from MLS clubs Minnesota United and New York Red Bulls but will delay a decision on moving to USA until the summer.
The centre-back has been training with League Two Oldham to up his fitness after a couple of injuries and has opted to see out the season with them in a bid to pick up competitive game time.
Borthwick-Jackson is out of contract in the summer but United have a one year option.
The defender has not hit the heights promised after making his debut for the first-team in 2015 under Louis Van Gaal.
He was named young player of the year for the 2015-16 season, making 14 appearances in all competitions.
But when Jose Mourinho took over in the summer of 2016, he was sent out on loan to Wolves the following season and his form and confidence deteriorated.
Since then he has been out on loan at Leeds United, Scunthorpe United and, this season, Tranmere Rovers.
He has not actually appeared for the first-team since his breakthrough four seasons ago.