Transfer rumors: Dundee United is interested in buying Dylan Levitt from Manchester United.
According to The Sun, despite Dundee United’s interest in a prospective transfer, Manchester United may decide to trade Dylan Levitt this summer. He lately had a significant impact on his progress at the club and national level, raising his game to newer heights.
Last season, Levitt spent time with Dundee United on loan, where he excelled. They want to purchase him in the current transfer window despite not paying much attention to his performances. If the Red Devils’ current valuation of £300,000 plus bonuses is realized, they might agree to a sale.
Man United also has the choice to loan the Welsh international to Cardiff City for the upcoming campaign. The latter, who was impressed by his performances, wants to temporarily remove him. As a result, it will be intriguing to watch what choice the Premier League team makes about Levitt’s future.
The 21-year-old is pounding on doors to get a berth in the 2022 World Cup national team roster. He did, after all, lately make an impression at the international level; one such instance being his performance against Poland in the Nations League.
Selling the academy talent would therefore be a mistake because, given the correct conditions, he might develop into a superstar. If selling him is the only option, it should actually wait till he has expanded even more in order to reap the most financial rewards.
That is not the case at the moment because Levitt still seems to be improving as a player. Last time around, he played for Dundee as a central midfielder and in defensive midfield, appearing in 29 games across all competitions and contributing six goals and one assist.