Manchester United are set to welcome one in and send one out in the coming days as the club get their summer transfer business going ahead of a huge few weeksManchester United’s transfer business is getting underway with two moves expected in the coming days.
According to the Manchester Evening News, one of United’s youth stars it set to seal a loan deal away from the club this week to gain experience.
James Garner and Tahith Chong have been tipped to leave on loan but will not do so this week as they are in Germany with the first-team squad for Europa League action.
But other Under-23 players including Dylan Levitt, Di’Shon Bernard and Matej Kovar are in line to head elsewhere to gain senior experience with one deal expected to be done this week.
There is also an incoming imminent at Old Trafford with teenage striker Isak Hansen-Aaroen finally arriving from Tromso.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to send one of his youngsters out on loan (Image: Manchester United via Getty Imag)The youngster will be able to officially sign with the Red Devils when he turns 16 next week on August 22.
The teenager became Tromso’s youngster ever player at the end of the season the club have now confirmed he has departed for Manchester with the club hopeful of having international clearance in time for the start of the new youth campaign.
Tromso assistant Lars Petter Andressen told Nordlys: “Isak is no longer with us now. He will travel to Manchester next week and he has agreed with us that he will now have a few days off. It will be a little holiday to calm down a bit before he goes over.
Isak Hansen-Aaroen is set to complete his Man Utd move this month (Image: MEN)“Of course we wish him a lot of luck over there. We wish he could be here and contribute to the season but we understand that they want him there.
”Hansen-Aaroen is expected to be followed to United by Spaniards Marc Jurado and Alvaro Fernandez, who have agreed deals and are also awaiting international clearance.Three players arrived in the Under-18s side earlier this month, with Sunderland duo Logan Pye and Joe Hugill linking up with their new club as well as goalkeeper Radek Vitek.