Host of Man United youngsters set to leave club on loan

Manchester United are reportedly preparing for as many as three more youngsters to depart the club on loan.

According to a recent report from leading journalist Andy Mitten, United are set to allow Di’Shon Bernard, Max Haygarth and Jacob Carney to all leave on short and long-term loans.

The youngster first joined United’s youth academy from Chelsea’s back in 2017 but has struggled to break into the side’s first-team. The United academy will be hopeful the 20-year-old defender can continue his development with Salford City and return to the Reds with some valuable game-time and experience under his belt.

Elsewhere, midfielder Haygarth, 18, is set to join Championship side Brenford, also on a short-term loan until January.

The young Englishman joined United’s world-renown youth academy in 2018 and has made five appearances for the Reds’ youth sides, including one for the under-23s.

Haygarth will be hoping he can learn a lot from working under Brentford’s highly-rated manager Thomas Frank and he seeks to help the Bees in their quest for long-awaited promotion.

Finally, Carney, 19, will be heading to Brighouse Town until the end of the 2020-21 season.

The teenage goalkeeper will join up with the Northern Premier League Division One North West side in the hope he too can gain some valuable game-time.

Good luck to all our youth lads!

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