Ashley Young might be on the verge of a reunion with his old club Watford in January, as per the reports in the Daily Mirror.
The winger left the Hornets ten years ago in 2006, and joined Aston Villa, where he made a name for himself.
In 2011, Sir Alex signed him up as a surprise inclusion in the squad, and he did very well to impress one and all, with his performance against Arsenal in that famous 8-2 victory standing out as his best.
However, Young is currently spending a lot of time on the bench rather than on the field, and with Mourinho seeming happy with him doing so, a move away will be a good thing for the England winger.
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Reports claim that a return is on the cards, and Watford seem to be keen on getting their long lost friend and player back to where he belongs.
Ashley is a versatile performer who has both attacking and defensive capabilities and experience, which could help him shine for any Premier League club. With such a player up for grabs, teams like Everton, Swansea and West Brom are in for a transfer battle heating up to happen.
Not only Young, but Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay are also among the Red Devils’ first team players list to be prepared for a winter move due to lack of game time under Mourinho.
A reunion is waiting to happen, and it is upto the clubs and the player now to carry it through.