Mason Greenwood has continued to impress for Manchester United after getting into the first-team this season, but should he be provided the chance to head out on loan?

Alan Shearer has exposed his ideas on whether Manchester United should send Mason Greenwood out on loan to enhance his development.

Greenwood, 18, has broken out as a prospective world-class gamer at Old Trafford this season, scoring 17 objectives in all competitors.

The England U21 worldwide has established exceptionally quickly at United, essentially going directly from the youth ranks to the first-team.

That indicates Greenwood has not skilled heading out on loan and betting another group.

But all-time Premier League record goalscorer Shearer doesn’t believe that is an issue for the flexible forward.

” Greenwood hasn’t been out on loan like a lot of young players– but why should he?” Shearer said in his column for the Sun.

” He’s ripping it up at one of the biggest clubs worldwide which doesn’t happen to an average Joe at 18.”

The Newcastle legend likewise spoke about the possibility of an England call-up for the youngster.

” I love what I am seeing from Mason Greenwood,” Shearer added. “The Manchester United forward is revealing what a natural finisher he is– and let’s not forget he is still only 18.

” He can strike it with his left and struck it with his best similarly well and there’s no rubbish, he simply desires to shoot.

” He really reminds me of what I utilized to do, moving the ball on to the ideal foot prior to getting as much power as possible behind the shot.

” If he keeps going at this rate, he could emerge as a world star in the coming years.

” In January, I tipped Greenwood as a wildcard for the Euros when they were due to take place this summertime. And now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is all set to bet England.

” The post ponement of Euro 2020 for a year could really be a true blessing for Greenwood and I make sure Gareth Southgate will be seeing carefully.

” I would not be amazed if he gets a call-up later this year.”