Man Utd boss Ferguson: I won't loan out my kids

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has ruled out allowing any of his young players to move out on-loan.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has ruled out allowing any of his young players to move out on-loan.

He said: "The one good thing is that we've got a big strong squad, I won't be letting anyone else out on loan and I want to keep everyone together because I'm going to need them.

"It's all about taking their chance when it comes and they have done that and I'm pleased with that but more importantly it adds to my squad when we're coming in the second half of the season.

"We've got something like eight games in 26 days and I've got the squad to cope with that. It's a great bonus we've got now."

Ferguson believes young players like Danny Welbeck, Rodrigo Possebon and Rafel da Silva are capable of making an impact at United.

He added: "Playing against Middlesbrough, QPR and against Blackburn, we learnt something from them, their temperament, their ability to play in front of the crowd at Old Trafford.

"They're never phased, that's the important thing. These young players have come through well."

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