Goalkeeper and midfield duo expected to leave Manchester United ahead of 2020/21 season

    Manchester United are lining up loan moves for James Garner, Dylan Levitt and Matej Kovar, according to reports.

    The trio all played a key role in the club’s Under-23s side last season, making a combined 41 appearances for the young Red Devils.

    Now the Manchester Evening News report that Under-23s boss Neil Wood and head of first team development Nicky Butt want them to go out and experience men’s first-team football.

    It’s claimed midfielder, Garner, 20, who played six times for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s seniors last term, is attracting interest from Championship clubs.

    Goalkeeper, Kovar, is thought to be on the radar of League One outfits Swindon Town and Doncaster Rovers, while midfielder, Levitt, who has been included in senior Wales squads is also up for grabs.

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    United have already let Tahith Chong and Aliou Traore leave Old Trafford on a temporary basis with them joining Werder Bremen and SM Caen respectively.

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