The emerging report from England reveals that Man United are set to sanction a loan move for one of their highly-rated youngster, Dylan Levitt before the end of this summer transfer window.
The Red Devils cannot keep Dylan Levitt at the club because he will not be able to win the heart of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for playing time at the Old Trafford in the coming season.
There is a need for some of the highly-rated youngsters at the Old Trafford to move out on loan so as to help their development in the game.
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However, Dylan Levitt is reportedly heading to Championship side, Charlton as Man United are in talks with the team for a possible loan deal, according to Daily Mail.
Dylan Levitt’s move could be related to the coming of Donny van de Beek and the expected new arrivals at Old Trafford that has limited the space for younger players for first-team roles in competitions like the Carabao Cup.
The midfielder was recently handed his Welsh debut by former Man United player and now manager Ryan Giggs and has proved to be endowed with explosive pace, energy, and a keen eye for a pass.
Charlton manager Lee Bowyer is looking forward to enjoying these qualities from Dylan Levitt for the entire season before he returns to Man United.