Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will allow three of Man Utd's promising youngsters leave on loan as he looks to scale down his squad ahead of next season.
James Garner, 19, Dylan Levitt, 19, and Matej Kovar, 20, are all set to spend the upcoming campaign elsewhere in a bid to further their development.
United's coaching staff feel now is the perfect time to let all three test themselves at senior level away from the club to gain experience, as report the MEN.
Garner is arguably the highest rated prospect of the three and made six appearances under Solskjaer last season.
The midfielder also scored nine times in just 12 appearances for the under-23 side which has attracted interest from a host of Championship clubs, namely Swansea.
Levitt featured once in Solskjaer's first-team last season too, making a single appearance in the Europa League, and is highly thought of by United staff.
Goalkeeper Kovar meanwhile has caught the eye of the likes of Swindon and Doncaster.
A temporary spell at a club of that stature could prove useful to the Czech youngster, who still has some way to go to force himself into Solskjaer's plans.
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United have been monitoring the progress of their youth stars to deem which players would benefit from going out on loan and who is best kept at the club to develop.
Teden Mengi, Ethan Laird and Hannibal Mejbri could all make the step up next season to fill in the gaps for Solskjaer if required.
All three are likely to stay put at Carrington to develop under United's coaches, whereas Tahith Chong and Aliou Traore have already been sent on loan.
Meanwhile Solskjaer may have to go back to the drawing board with regards to transfers as the club prepare to suspend their attempts to sign Jadon Sancho for a year.
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United have already missed the deadline set by Borussia Dortmund to get a deal done and are still refusing to meet his £108million asking price.
Sancho only has two years remaining on his contract, meaning Dortmund will be under more pressure to sell next summer for a lesser fee.
There is a risk attached for United though, as other clubs could enter the bidding in 2021, it seems to be a risk they are willing to take.
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