Wilson, 19, has come up through the ranks at Old Trafford, but played just 13 games for the club last term as he struggled to make an impact under Louis van Gaal.
Now, with less than 24 hours of the transfer window left to go, Wilson may set to leave United on loan for the season - but his destination remains a mystery.
The Daily Mail report that a host of clubs are pursuing a loan deal for Wilson, but the striker has narrowed his decision down to either Tottenham or West Brom.
Spurs making a loan move for a striker is certainly a surprise, but he could offer a change of pace off the bench, giving support for Harry Kane in the final third.
Meanwhile, West Brom have already added two strikers this summer in Salomon Rondon and Rickie Lambert, but with confusion still surrounding the future of Saido Berahino, Tony Pulis may still be in the market for one more forward.
Wilson possesses the pace that Rondon and Lambert may not, but it would be hard for him to turn down a move to White Hart Lane - even if the Baggies offer him a better shot of first team football than Tottenham.
United may also reconsider a move to loan Wilson out, having allowed forwards Adnan Januzaj and Javier Hernandez to leave Old Trafford earlier today, with Wilson's potential departure leaving Louis van Gaal very short of options in attack.