Manchester United: Loan Watch
The young full-back will seek regular playing time elsewhere in 2021-22
Lingard is loving football again at West Ham, and it could lay the groundwork for a beneficial arrangement for all parties
We analyze the play of the next great midfield hope of the United academy
James Garner and Tahith Chong also get new loan deals, but Brandon Williams is staying at United
Laird has already made his debut for the Dons, while United hope to find a new loan for Levitt
Odion Ighalo’s future is still up in the air
New deals for the academy graduates
Looking at five players that will need more first-team playing time in the coming season for United
The shot-stopper's performances with the Championship side may lead to a switch away from Old Trafford
With competition and cover needed for Antonio Valencia next season, Fosu-Mensah has a case to be permanently added to the first team next season.
Goalkeeper Dean Henderson's contract is up at the end of the season.
Andreas Pereira is back on the bench for Valencia.
Timothy Fosu-Mensah dropped against Chelsea
Demetri Mitchell suffers potential season ending injury
Elsewhere... Injuries, injuries, injuries.
Injuries plague many of Manchester United's loan players
Demetri Mitchell stars, Dean Henderson returns, and Johnstone and Tuanzebe down rivals.
Pereira out for a month, Johnstone and Tuanzebe help Aston Villa's promotion hopes, and Willock switches clubs.
Mitchell has made an instant impact at Hearts, Tuanzebe has left on loan to Villa, and Fosu-Mensah and Pereira had results to forget.
Mourinho also confirmed that Fosu-Mensah and Pereira will not be recalled in January.