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Moyes ponders loan recalls

Manchester United manager David Moyes has revealed he is likely to strengthen his squad in January with some of the club's players who are currently out on loan.

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Nick Powell: David Moyes could recall forward from Wigan loan

Nick Powell: David Moyes could recall forward from Wigan loan

Moyes will be looking to the transfer market to bring in new faces next month but he is also considering the possibility of bringing Nick Powell, Jesse Lingard and Ryan Tunnicliffe back to Old Trafford.

Forward Powell is currently out on loan at Wigan, while midfield duo Lingard and Tunnicliffe are at Birmingham and Ipswich respectively.

When asked about new arrivals in January, Moyes replied: "We'll try but I'm quite actively looking at our own boys.

"The likes of Jesse Lingard, Nick Powell and Ryan Tunnicliffe - the boys who are out on loan - they are the ones I am making sure I keep my eye on because they are the future.

"They are the ones who are part of the club and have been in the system so we are certainly keeping our eyes on all the boys who have been out on loan and hoping that they might be able to come back and help us if we need it in January as well."

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