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Henriquez seals loan move to Wigan

Manchester United's Angelo Henriquez has joined Wigan Athletic on loan for the remainder of the season.

Angelo Henriquez: Granted a work permit to join United
Angelo Henriquez made a name for himself at Universidad de Chile 

Henriquez, 18, signed for United from Universidad de Chile in the summer but has yet to make a first-team appearance for the club.

• Blog: Chile's loss Wigan's gain

The striker has now been loaned to Wigan in a bid to bolster the Latics' striking options and also ensure he gains Premier League experience.

Henriquez said on Wigan's official website: "This is a fantastic opportunity for me and I am really excited after the manager has given this chance for me to prove myself. Now I need to work to try and earn my place in the team."

Wigan boss Roberto Martinez said: "We're really excited about Angelo because he is a very young man with a huge potential; he's a goal-scorer with clever movement inside the box and has had a very successful time with his former club Universidad.

“We hope to have a good partnership in terms of allowing Angelo to develop as a footballer and learn of the demands of the English game, because I feel he can bring us something different in the forward line.

“I'm sure the fans will give him a great welcome on Saturday and it will provide him with the perfect opportunity to begin his experiences on the pitch in English football which is very exciting."

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