The Welshman had initially joined on loan until the end of the season but has barely had a look in since his arrival at the Valley.
Dylan Levitt Recalled by Manchester United
Struggled to Hit the Ground Running
Upon his arrival at Charlton, there was optimism that Levitt had made the right move. A decent club, lower down the leagues than they perhaps would expect and thus projected to be battling for promotion. Charlton sit sixth in the table and are thereabouts in the chase to return to the Championship, however, they have got there with very little help from Levitt.
Levitt has been afforded few opportunities to make his mark, holding just three League One appearances to his name. The Wales international has failed to impress in the few games he has played and has been frozen out by Lee Bowyer. Levitt has not played since the FA Cup first-round loss to Plymouth Argyle on November 7, 2020.
The spell was not helped by a positive COVID-19 test. But, realistically, it has never been working out.
It has been suggested that despite his talent, he just did not settle in to the demands of League One football in his games.
Promise Remains Ahead of Another Potential Loan Spell
Manchester United are not going to give up on the youngster, who has represented his country on five occasions, based on one loan spell. Though this disappointing effort may add a little bit of pressure on Levitt to succeed in a forthcoming spell. It’s reported by Simon Peach, of the Press Association, that Levitt is likely to move on loan again this month. The Red Devils will hope to see more faith in the midfielder from his next suitor.
Levitt Remained Professional Throughout
Charlton Athletic boss Lee Bowyer said of Levitt’s departure: “Dylan is a professional lad and a very talented footballer. I’d like to thank Nicky Butt and Manchester United for allowing us to bring in Dylan on loan. He worked hard during his time here and we wish him the best for the future.”
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