Manchester United and Dundee United have reportedly reached a full agreement for the permanent transfer of Dylan Levitt.

According to Football Insider, Manchester United midfielder Dylan Levitt is set to complete a permanent transfer to Scottish club Dundee United, with the two clubs reaching an agreement over a deal.

Levitt is a product of the Manchester United youth setup. The 21-year-old midfielder made his only first-team appearance for the Red Devils in 2019 in a UEFA Europa League clash. He spent the 2020/21 campaign away on loan, enjoying stints with Charlton Athletic and NK Istra, before signing for Dundee United on a temporary spell last summer.

Levitt enjoyed a fruitful campaign in Scotland, chalking up a return of six goals and an assist in 29 matches across all competitions. The 21-year-old helped Dundee United finish fourth in the Scottish Premiership, helping them qualify for the UEFA Europa Conference League – the first time they will be playing in any continental competition for the first time in a decade.

Back at Manchester United, the Welsh international has no place in new manager Erik ten Hag’s place. And with his contract expiring next year, an exit always looked like a strong possibility.

Manchester United had set an asking price of £300,000 on Levitt amid interest from Dundee United and Cardiff City. And, it seems like the Scottish outfit have reached a full agreement with the Red Devils to sign the 21-year-old on a permanent transfer.

The report states that Manchester United and Dundee United have shaken hands on a £300,000 transfer fee for Levitt. The Red Devils’ academy product has also agreed personal terms with the Tangerines after being given the green light to complete the move back to Tannadice Park. The move is likely to be confirmed imminently.

Having been named the Dundee United Fans’ Player of the Year for the 2021/22 campaign, Levitt will be hoping to carry on from where he left off once he returns to the Scottish outfit. As for Manchester United, they will pocket some cash from the sale of a prospect who had little chance of breaking into the first-team setup at the moment.

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