Manchester United has confirmed that midfielder Dylan Levitt has completed a permanent transfer move to Dundee United.
In a statement via its website on Friday, Man United said Levitt’s move is now subject to international clearance.
The statement read, “We can confirm that Dylan Levitt has completed a permanent transfer from Manchester United to Dundee United for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance."
The Wales international, who joined United at the age of eight, will embark on a fresh chapter of his career in the Scottish Premiership after agreeing terms and passing his medical with the team that finished fourth in the top-flight north of the border last season.
“Everybody at Manchester United wants to thank Dylan for his contribution to the club and wish him the best of luck for his career.”
In the 2019/20 season, Levitt made his senior Manchester United debut in the Europa League clash with Astana.
Meanwhile, Liverpool on Friday announced that 28-year-old defender Leighanne Robe has signed a new contract with the club’s women’s team.
In a statement via its website, Liverpool said, “Leighanne Robe has signed a new contract with Liverpool FC Women."
“The 28-year-old defender has agreed to extend a stay with the Reds that has already lasted four years.”
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