Manchester United youngster Max Taylor has agreed a loan deal with Kidderminster Harriers until January, according to Daily Telegraph reporter Mike McGrath.
— Mike McGrath (@mcgrathmike) October 1, 2020
McGrath tweeted: “#MUFC Man Utd youngster Max Taylor has agreed a loan with Kidderminster #Harriers until January…”
In May, the 20-year-old defender signed a new contract with United, who he has been with since he was 14. Taylor had agreed a one-year extension to his current deal.
Taylor made six appearances for United in Premier League 2 last season before joining Stalybridge Celtic on loan in January where he enjoyed his first taste of senior football. Now he is expected to play regular first team football in National League North, the sixth tier of English football.
This is a youngster who feared far more than his football career was over when he was told he had testicular cancer before recovering and returning to training in 2019. Taylor was quickly called up by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to the United squad for a Europa League match.
However, Taylor told The Telegraph (speaking to Luke Edwards) in November of last year he wants to be known for more than his health problems.
We would like to wish Taylor the best during his spell at Kidderminster Harriers.