Manager Confirms: “We’re in dialogue with Man Utd so we’ll see what happens”

MANCHESTER UNITED are set to make a decision on whether to recall Cameron Borthwick-Jackson from his loan at Wolves.

The left-back hasn’t featured for the Championship outfit since Paul Lambert took over from Walter Zenga as manager.

There was speculation earlier this month that Borthwick-Jackson had been recalled by United but he remains at Molineux for now.

But Lambert has confirmed conversations are ongoing with the Red Devils about the 19-year-old.

“We’re in dialogue with Manchester United so we’ll see what happens with that,” he said.

Borthwick-Jackson had his breakthrough season at Old Trafford last year under Louis van Gaal.

The full-back made 14 appearances and was named the club’s Young Player of the Season as a result.

But he has played just six times in the Championship this campaign.

If Mourinho did decide to recall Borthwick-Jackson he would be down the pecking order with Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind likely all ahead of him.

United return to Premier League action later today when they take on Stoke.

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