The summer transfer window might have ended in the Premier League and other top European leagues but that does not close the door on domestic transfers.
Man United are still hoping to complete some deals by sending some of the Academy players on loan before the opportunity would be unavailable again.
Manchester Evening News confirms that the Red Devils will still send out some players before the transfer window is closed to the Championship clubs.
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Di’Shon Bernad and Ethan Laird are the two players that have been pencilled down to move out of the Old Trafford on a season-long loan because of the need to continue their development as they have been tipped to have a future at the club.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been investing in youth players since he joined the club but some of them will have to find playing time at a higher league to aide their development.
It is also understood that a number of youth players have left the Old Trafford for season-long loan deals to secure playing time and experience.
Howbeit, we expect to see more youth players in the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team as he has already made it a priority.