Alaves: Facundo Pellistri
Birmingham: Tahith Chong
Hull City: Di'Shon Bernard
Mansfield: Nathan Bishop
St Johnstone: Reece Devine
Players who still leave Old Trafford on loan.
Stoke City, Sheffield United and two premier league clubs are interested in signing James Garner on a season-long loan from Manchester United. The academy graduate who can play as a central or defensive midfielder is often compared to Michael Carrick due to their similar style of play.
Astonvilla are close to signing Manchester United's defender Alex Tuanzebe on loan this summer. Tuanzebe is a highly talented player who plays as a centre back, but he can also be used as a right back or holding midfielder.
Norwich City have held talks with Manchester United over the signing of Brandon Williams on loan. The 20 year old made his first-team breakthrough for the Red Devils during the 2019/20 campaign, he made a good impression that season, appearing in 36 matches across all competitions.
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