Manchester United has reportedly reached a decision on midfielder Dylan Levitt’s future.
The 21-year-old spent last season on loan at Dundee United in Scotland, and with his contract about to expire this month, Manchester United needed to make a choice on his future.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Manchester United has activated Levitt’s one-year contract extension, keeping him at the club until next season.
Levitt is yet to make a Premier League appearance for the club, but he has already established himself as a regular on Wales’ national squad. United’s youngster has made 11 appearances for his country, including a start in their recent Nations League loss to Poland.
Levitt is a promising teenager who just won the Fan Player of the Year award while on loan at Dundee United.
With the recent appointment of Erik ten Hag as manager, Manchester United can start over and try to impress the Dutchman. Levitt will be hoping that he is given the opportunity to express himself in the first team during pre-season and that he can maintain his excellent form back in England.