Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha is most likely to join Cardiff City on loan in January – if Malky Mackay is able to keep his job – according to the Daily Mirror.

David Moyes has received several loan offers for the England Under-21 star, and is understood to be most interested in sending Zaha to South Wales.

Zaha would be a regular starter for the Bluebirds – something Moyes is demanding from whichever club takes him on loan.

Newcastle, West Brom, Stoke and former club Crystal Palace are also keen to take Zaha on loan.

The winger is yet to start a Premier League game for United since completing his £15million move almost a year ago.

Zaha signed in the last January transfer window, but was sent back to Palace on loan for the remainder of the season.

He played an integral part in the Eagles’ promotion success, but Moyes is yet to give him an extended run in the Premier League.

While Moyes is keen to send Zaha to Cardiff, he will not commit to any deal until the future of Cardiff boss Malky Mackay is resolved.

The Scot’s future remains up in the air after a public fall out with owner Vincent Tan.

Moyes will not send Zaha to Cardiff should Mackay lose his job, as he does not want disruption at this time in the player’s career.

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