Scottish club Dundee United have loaned out young Manchester United player Dylan Levitt.
The 20-year-old will join the team for the rest of the season after being called up to the Wales national team for Euro 2020.
Levitt played once during the tournament and is set to make his Mandarins debut against St. Johnstone on Sunday.
The club is awaiting international approval before Tam Corts will include him on a trip to Perth.
Levitt made his Manchester United debut in November 2019 ahead of a loan pair last season.
After five appearances for Charlton in the first league, he moved to Croatia with Istra 1961, where he played nine times.
He joins up-and-coming Red Devils player Rhys Devine for first-team football in Scotland, and the St Johnston-based startup recipient may face his Old Trafford counterpart on Sunday.
Levitt is the tenth United player to be sent on loan this summer, and Amad Diallo is expected to be next with the transfer to Sheffield United.
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Dundee United boss Corts told the club’s website, “Dylan is a versatile midfielder who loves to control the game and help attacking players.
“He is already a member of the Wales national team and part of their recent European team, he is a young player with ambitions to play at the highest level.
“I believe he is capable of playing with all of our current midfielders, but he brings something different that will give us better opportunities and more flexibility in the coming season.”
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