Wilfried Zaha stormed away from the club’s training ground on Thursday when club officials told him that David Moyes vetoed a January loan move, according to reports.
Goal.com revealed that Zaha stormed out of the meeting after a “furious shouting match” following Moyes’s decision not allowing him to leave the club on loan this month.
Zaha and his representative were surprised by the decision amid interest from several Premier League clubs including Newcastle, Cardiff, and West Brom.
The under-21 England international left the meeting livid after begging for the chance to leave the Red Devils until the end of the season because he is looking for some first-team action.
The club and their fans were very excited and hopeful about Zaha’s signing but the Englishman has made only four first-team appearances this season, with only two league appearances as a substitute.
Moyes had previously suggested that a loan deal would benefit Zaha’s development and also benefit United in the long run. United were ready to negotiate a deal on the condition that a club would be willing to pay a signing fee and cover the player’s wages.
But the Scot has changed his mind since then mainly due to the injuries that have sidelined Ashley Young and Luis Nani.
The Premier League champions could change their minds if they manage to sign any of their targets this winter but Zaha feels that his career hasn’t developed since he arrived from Crystal Palace on a £17 million deal last summer.
Zaha has been placed behind Ashley Young, Nani, Shinji Kagawa, and Antonio Valencia in the United hierarchy.