Manchester City striker James Wilson could find himself in the Championship next season if Hull City Tigers boss Steve Bruce has his way. United old boy Bruce is keen on getting the Staffordshire born 19-year-old to move to the KC Stadium on a season-long loan reports the Manchester Evening News .
Wilson came to the forefront in May of 2014 when interim manager Ryan Giggs gave him his first-team debut following the departure of David Moyes.
Yet under new manager, Dutchman Louis van Gaal, Wilson only managed four starts and 12 substitute appearances last season for United.
Newly relegated Hull struggled for goals while in the Premiership, and know that a natural born goal-scorer like Wilson would help in their bid for promotion, while also giving the United striker plenty of experience to take back to Old Trafford.