Manchester United to allow rising star James Garner to leave on loan next season
Manchester United to allow rising star James Garner to leave on loan next season with Cardiff, Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday all eyeing up a move for the talented midfielder
- Manchester United will allow James Garner to go out on loan next season
- Cardiff, Swansea and Sheffield Wednesday are all interested in the midfielder
- The promising 19-year-old has figured in several of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s teams
- He made his European debut against Partizan in the Europa League last October
Manchester United midfielder James Garner is wanted by Cardiff City as well as Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday.
The promising 19-year-old, who has figured in several first-team squads under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is likely to be allowed out on loan next season and once the transfer window opens.
Garner is one of United’s most sought after youngsters after showing his potential playing for their U23s and made his first team European debut against Partizan in the Europa League last October.
Manchester United will allow promising midfielder James Garner to go out on loan next season
Many of the clubs interested previously asked for Garner in the January transfer window.
United have yet to make decisions on many of their young players as they need to know what competitions they will be in next season first.
Garner plus the likes of Dylan Levitt, Ethan Galbraith and Ethan Laird have all caught the eye of Championship and League One scouts.
Garner made his first team European debut against Partizan in the Europa League last October
However, United may not allow 18-year-old Laird to go out regardless.
The right-back could stay to play more U23 games after this season was disrupted by injury and the coronavirus pandemic meaning he had limited game time.
United’s first team players return to training on Wednesday after testing carried out on Sunday and Monday and their academy players are looking at a potential return to training in July depending on medical updates.