Dundee United with Manchester Unitedafter the Premier League giant agreed to sell Wales International about trying to return Dylan Levitt to Tannadis. It is in the "advanced stage".
The 21-year-old boy, lent by Old Trafford last season and voted for the player of the year by the Arabs, was a revelation. Levitt returned to Manchester and soon started a new 12-month contract. The club was initially considering taking out a midfielder loan next semester, with Derby County reportedly leading the contract race beforeWayne Rooney'. Departure.
However, Levitt will move to the Scottish Premiership again this summer. Manchester Evening News reports that they may becomeDundee Unitedplayers by the weekend. Welshman will be "probably" nominated as part of theJack Roth'team prior to this weekend's training camp in Spain.
Sporting Director Sporting Director Tony Asgar insisted that the new boss Ross is a fan of Levitt and wants him to return to the next semester after Tamcourt's departure. Asghar said: "Last year I really liked Dylan. I'm still interested and in discussions.
" He spent another year at Manchester United aiming for the World Cup to challenge the Welsh national team. Dylan is a good player for our system.
"He is loved by all players and loved by fans. Yes, we can still do something there. I'm trying to figure out if Jack likes the player. When he brings in a new manager, he has to go past him and run the list of targets. "