Norwegian side Molde have contacted Manchester United reserve boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about the possibility of taking some of his charges.
Molde are hoping they might be able to persuade United to lend them a player or two.
Solskjaer confirmed that he had held talks with Molde's Petter Rudi.
"Myself and Petter have had early discussions, but I don't want to say anything about who we have been discussing," Solskjaer told Romsdals Budstikke.
Reports in Norway suggest Lee Martin is the man wanted by Molde, but Solskjaer admitted a deal may not happen.
"We don't have many players that are 'loanable' at the moment," Solskjaer confirmed.
Rudi added: "It is not certain anything will happen at the moment, the discussions have been very informal."