West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has given the green light to clubs looking to take any of his youth players on loan, according to TalkSport.
With the emergency loan window set to close on Thursday, clubs in the football league are battling to strengthen their squads for the end of season run in, and Allardyce has said he has no problems with letting some of the younger members of his squad go out to gain first team experience on a temporary basis.
He has however ruled out letting any of his senior players move away, with the club still not guaranteed of a place in the top flight next season.
The Hammers’ defeat to Stoke City last weekend left them just six points above eighteenth place Sunderland, having played two games more than Gus Poyet’s side.
Manchester United travel to the Boleyn Ground on Saturday afternoon, with the home win priced at a generous 7/2.