The Manchester United talent does not seem to have a future at Old Trafford.
Leeds United have a new boss at the helm. Uwe Rosler will be in charge at Elland Road next season, after being appointed in the role on Wednesday.
Whilst plenty of fans are annoyed at the way Neil Redfearn has been treated it is now time for Leeds to move on, and look forward to the new additions Rosler will hopefully bring through.
One such player should be Nick Powell.
The Manchester United man spent the 2013-14 season on loan at Wigan Athletic, where he was a first-team regular under Rosler.
He played 42 times that season, scoring 12 goals, finally showing some of the promise that made United buy him for what the BBC claimed was a £6 million fee.
This is where his other Leeds link comes in. Powell was part of the Crewe Alexandra team that won the 2012 League Two play-offs - scoring a sensational volley in the final against Cheltenham Town.
Leeds midfielder Luke Murphy, who reinvigorated his Leeds career under Redfearn this season, was also in that team.
Powell is now expected to leave Manchester United, after a season that saw him booted out of a loan deal at Leicester City and struggling for fitness for the rest of the campaign.
Rosler would so well to reunite him with Murphy and hope his former Wigan loanee can also get back to his best form.