German giants Borussia Dortmund are ready to give Henrikh Mkhitaryan a chance to play regular football by offering Manchester United a deal to take the Armenian back on loan in January, according to The Mirror.
The gifted playmaker moved to Old Trafford for a fee int he region of £27 million in the summer and was tipped by the masses to be a major player for Jose Mourinho this season.
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However, as yet Mkhitaryan has only featured in four games for the Red Devils and has been banished to the sidelines by the United boss.
When he has been afforded the chance to play, Mourinho has deployed the Armenia international in an unorthodox wide role – which he is clearly not suited to.
The latest report suggests that a return to Signal Iduna Park on loan could be on the cards, which could well suit all parties.
United bought Shinji Kagawa from Dortmund back in 2012 but the Japanese star was not a success in Manchester and ended up returning to his former club two years later.