Posted: Mon 15th Feb 2021

Former Connah’s Quay Tiger, Dylan Levitt joins Croatian side NK Istra on loan from Man United

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This article is old - Published: Monday, Feb 15th, 2021

Manchester United midfielder Dylan Levitt is joining Croatian top-flight side Nogometni Klub Istra 1961 on loan remainder of the season by joining ,subject to international clearance.

The Wales international, who played for Connah’s Quay Tigers as a youngster, has taken the decision to further his development by experiencing playing abroad.

Levitt, who made his senior United debut in the Europa League clash with Astana last season.

He returned from a loan spell at Charlton Athletic in January after United activated his recall clause, he made five appearances during his time in south east London.

The midfielder could make his Istra 1961 debut in their Croatian Cup round-of-16 match against HNK Sibenik on Wednesday.

 

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