By Adebayo Williams
Manchester United's Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan until the end of the season. Borthwick-Jackson is among the nine players Jose Mourinho has told to find new clubs before the end of the transfer window. The 19-year-old broke into the first team last season after impressing former manager Louis van Gaal after full-backs Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Antonio Valencia were all ruled out with injuries. He went on to make 14 appearances after impressing the Dutch manager, but new boss Jose Mourinho made it known to the young left-back that he is not in his immediate plans following Shaw’s return from a broken leg. As a result he has been snapped up by Championship side Wolves, who are now managed by legendary former Inter and Italy goalkeeper Walter Zenga.
Wolves are unbeaten so far after four games of their league campaign this season, sitting two points off the top with eight points. Borthwick-Jackson joins James Wilson and Adnan Januzaj in being sent out on loan by United after the attacking pair joined Derby and Sunderland respectively for the rest of the season.