MILLWALL boss Gary Rowett is keen to sign Dundee United’s Welsh midfielder Dylan Levitt.
The former Manchester United prospect, 22, has gone to Scotland for regular games.
Levitt could be sold in the window if the offer is right.
He would be interested in a crack at the Championship — but for now is focused on the World Cup in Qatar.
Levitt was outstanding on loan for his Scottish Premiership club last season.
And his total of six goals plus one assist in 29 games persuaded the Tangerines to make the deal permanent in the summer.
He was also the fans’ player of the year.
And his displays this season have caught the eye of more scouts south of the border – although his team are bottom of the top flight.
He was at Old Trafford from the age of eight.
But although he made his senior debut in a Europa League clash with Astana in 2019/20 he never came close to a consistent breakthrough.
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Finally he moved to Scotland’s elite division.
And when the Tangerines bought him for an undisclosed fee they hailed it as a substantial coup.
Source: The Sun