Man Utd youngster weighs up loan options after Europa League squad snub

Manchester United youngster Dylan Levitt is currently considering his options ahead of a loan move this summer.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be looking to send a number of his young talents out on loan next season in order to gain more first team experience. Levitt may be one of those players but we wouldn’t be surprised to see Tahith Chong and James Garner elsewhere on a temporary basis.

According to the Manchester Evening News, Levitt has received a number of offers for a loan move this summer with a switch to the Championship the most likely. The report adds that Levitt is not against the idea of moving abroad to improve his game.

As you’d imagine with any hot prospect being available to go out on loan, a host of Championship clubs will be on red alert and hopeful of signing the talented 19-year-old for the coming season.

Levitt will be aiming to get enough game time to be in with a shout of making Ryan Giggs’ Wales team for the Euro 2021 finals.

He had one United game in the season just gone, a Europa League clash with Astana, yet he missed the cut for Solskjaer’s 30-man Europa League squad for the remainder of the competition.

That obviously came as a blow for the youngster but it gives Levitt some time to focus on his loan move.

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