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Man United might have to wait before making loan transfer decision

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The pressure is increasing steadily as Manchester United fans eagerly await confirmation of their first summer arrival.

It might only be six days into the summer transfer market but the gossip columns are already overflowing with potential signings, although there is only one on the lips of United supporters.

Across the country sides are looking to bolster their squads ahead of the next English football season and as such there could be some departures from Old Trafford, too.

United accept it might be harder to shift some of the deadwood this summer given the wider financial issues at play across the globe, but the early indications are good with Inter Milan already confident of signing Alexis Sanchez and Roma still working hard to make Chris Smalling's loan move permanent.

The amount of players leaving for good might be limited given the nature of the transfer market but there should be plenty of loan spells too with the likes of James Garner, Tahith Chong and Dylan Levitt leading the line for short-term deals away from the academy set-up.

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United Under-23s boss Neil Wood previously told MEN Sport "five or six" of his squad from last season would be considered for loans this summer, with Teden Mengi, Matej Kovar and Ethan Galbraith also among that group.

However, there might be a bit of a wait for any loan departures from the club with United keen to rotate their squad as much as possible for the upcoming Europa League resumption next week.

MEN Sport revealed earlier in the week United are considering resting some of their regular players during the Europa League knockout campaign ahead of the start of next season, and as such a number of potential loanees might get a chance to feature for the first-team instead.

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United gave full debuts to Chong, Garner, Levitt, Dishon Bernard and Ethan Laird in the Europa League group stage, while Ethan Galbraith, D'Mani Mellor, and Largie Ramazani made their career bows off the bench. The latter might have been released earlier this summer, but the other seven all have right to dream of an appearance against LASK Linz next week.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans to rotate in the Europa League might hamper the speed at which youngsters get their loan moves this summer, but on the plus side it also gives them one last audition to perhaps convince teams higher up the ladder why they are worth a punt in the off-season.

There are only five days between the LASK second-leg tie and the quarter-final with Copenhagen or Istanbul Basaksehir in Cologne, but United's squad rotation could be a secret weapon as they look to finish a successful season with a piece of silverware to show for it.




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