Ryan Giggs offers transfer advice to Man Utd youngster ahead of loan switch

Ryan Giggs has urged Man Utd youngster Dylan Levitt to consider where he will get regular playing time before deciding whether to move on loan.

The 19-year-old is one of several bright prospects at Old Trafford and made his debut for the club in the Europa League last season.

He has since followed that up with his international debut as he played the full 90 minutes of Wales' 1-0 win over Finland in the Nations League on Thursday.

Levitt has been a frequent selection in Giggs' squad, but is not likely to play much in the senior set up at club level next season.

The midfielder has been in talks with several clubs over a temporary switch for the 2020/21 campaign, but Giggs has offered his charge a word of advice.

“It’s always difficult, you want your players to play regularly and he did last year for the Under-23s, but then if you can go out on loan, maybe to another country or a Championship team, and he is playing regularly, then that is the preferred choice," Giggs told the MEN.

“The only problem is players can go out on loan, it can look a great move, and then they don’t play. Then they’re training somewhere else rather than training at United and learning off the players there.

“It’s always a balancing act, it’s always a difficult one, but Dylan has got a big choice to make and hopefully he chooses right."

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As per the MEN's report, there is believed to be interest in Levitt from The Championship, while clubs in Holland are also keeping tabs.

Levitt was also in discussion with Charlton last month who will be playing in League One next season.

Several other United starlets are expected to go on loan this summer, including Ethan Laird and James Garner.

Goalkeeper Joel Pereira has already joined Huddersfield for the new season, while midfielder Tahith Chong is at Werder Bremen.

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