Manchester United have recalled striker Will Keane from his loan spell with Preston North End amid their attacking problems, according to the Guardian.
The Red Devils have scored just 11 times in their last 15 games and have only Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial to call on as senior strikers.
A summer of squad upheaval had seen the likes of Robin van Persie, Javier Hernandez and Radamel Falcao leave, while youngster James Wilson was farmed out on loan to Brighton.
Now, in an effort to bolster his frontline, manager Louis van Gaal has seen fit to recall the 22-year old from his spell at Deepdale.
The academy graduate has made just one senior appearance for the club, against Blackburn over four years ago when Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge.
‘United felt they needed an extra body around them’, revealed North End chief Simon Grayson when quizzed about the decision to recall the former England under-21 international.