Ashley Young is a target for FOUR Premier League clubs.
According to a report on ESPN, West Brom, Everton, Swansea and Watford are keeping tabs on the 31-year-old.
Young has fallen badly out of favour under Jose Mourinho this season and is ready to move on after five controversial seasons at Old Trafford under four different managers.
The former England man signed a new three year contract in August 2015 but is believed to be on a list of 10 players that can leave United in January.
Since signing as a flying winger from Aston Villa Young has had stints at right back and also in midfield which will appeal to other clubs.
Everton and Watford, Young’s first senior club, would be the favourites to sign Young with the Goodison side more likely to be able to match the players current wages.
Ronald Koeman will be one of the busiest managers during the January transfer window with Everton’s wealthy new investors expecting the club to be challenging for a Champions League place.
Bringing in the pacey Young would give Koeman’s side a big boost with yesterday’s draw with Manchester United meaning that Everton have won just one of their last ten matches.