BORTHWICK-JACKSON ALLOWED TO JOIN WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS

Jackson is allowed to move to the Championship side on loan

 

 

The 19-year-old Cameron Brothwick-Jackson of Manchester United currently joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan for 2016-17 session.

 

The left-back played 14 games where his exceptionally good performance impressed the ex-boss Louis Van Gaal but failed to do so with the new boss Jose Mourinho as he announced that Jackson is not in his present plans following Luke’s return from injury.

 

This provided the Wolves with a chance to grab the young left-back where Walter Zenga, ex-Italy and Inter goalkeeper takes care of the team.

 

Wolverhampton Wanderers are currently with eight points, only two less to be the topper and did not lose a single match out of four in their ongoing league this session.

 

Jackson enters the team replacing James Wilson and Adnan Januzaj as they are being sent out on loan by United.

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