Manchester United ‘will allow James Garner to depart on a permanent deal as club value midfielder at £14m’ … despite two disastrous defeats for Erik ten Hag’s side
- James Garner will be allowed to leave Manchester United on a permanent deal
- The midfielder starred on loan at Nottingham Forest as the club were promoted
- Erik ten Hag is happy to let the 21-year-old depart with Garner valued at £14m
- Several Premier League clubs are keen on a move for the Red Devils youngster
Manchester United are willing to let James Garner leave on a permanent deal, according to reports.
The United midfielder excelled on loan at Nottingham Forest last season and was hoping to force his way into first-team contention this season.
Manchester United are reportedly willing to let James Garner leave permanently for £14m
United value the England under-21 international at £14million and are content to let him leave if a suitable bid arrives.
Garner joined the Red Devils on their pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia but was hindered by a minor injury which limited his chances to impress Ten Hag.
He has been an unused substitute in their opening two Premier League defeats to Brighton and Brentford, with Donny van de Beek preferred and sent on in both games instead.
Everton, Southampton and Leeds United have all shown an interest in Garner, while Tottenham have also scouted the midfielder.