Manchester United Youngster Makes Admission Over Future Talks

Manchester United Youngster

Manchester United youngster Dylan Levitt has admitted he has not been in contact with the club over talks about his future.

The 21-year-old is currently on loan in Scotland with Dundee United and his contract with the Red Devils expires in June, though there is an option to extend for 12 months.

In an interview with The Scotsman, Levitt revealed when he expects to be on the receiving end of contact from Old Trafford.

Manchester United Youngster Dylan Levitt Admits He is Yet to Receive Contact from the Club Over a New Deal

In-Form Levitt Yet to Holds Talks Over His Future

Levitt has starred on loan at Dundee United, particularly of late. He has scored two goals in his last two games for Tam Courts’ side. He, together with James Garner, who is currently thriving on loan at Nottingham Forest, were for some time seen as two of the most talented youngsters in United’s academy – still are. Once partners in midfield, they’re now both among United’s best performing loan players this season, improving at senior level.

Talking to The Scotsman, Levitt said: “The talks should be in the next couple of weeks but I haven’t heard anything yet. I think in the next two or three weeks they have to say or contact me.”

New Manager Could See an Opportunity for Levitt at the Theatre of Dreams

Levitt was also asked about the appointment of Erik ten Hag as Manchester United manager, his response: “I have team-mates down there who are still training with the first team every day.

“I think everyone at the club is very excited to see what the new manager brings. We have seen what he has done with Ajax in the Champions League. It is very interesting and exciting. Obviously the players he has made, like Matthijs de Ligt and Frenkie de Jong, it’s massive and a big part of how he wants to manage, giving young players a chance.”

Ten Hag has made his name in trusting and nurturing young talent at Ajax and it is hoped he will do the same at Manchester United, a club with similar traditions.

Levitt has scored five goals and assisted one in 27 appearances for Dundee United, becoming popular with the fans at Tannadice Park – so much so that they have dedicated a song to him.

 

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