It’s not long now until the summer transfer window closes, and Manchester United are still looking to shift some players.
The likes of Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay, Dean Henderson and Eric Bailly have been heavily linked with moves away from The Red Devils, yet all still remain on the club books for one reason or another.
It is believed that the club wants at least one outgoing player this window, and a particular defender has gained a lot of interest from other sides.
According to The Mirror, Alvaro Fernandez will likely go out on loan this season after Erik ten Hag evaluated his progress.
La Liga’s Granada and newly-promoted English Premier League sides Burnley are just two names, among several clubs, who are keen and are trying to get the signature of the 20-year-old Spaniard.
However, the club is not keen on losing Fernandez permanently as they believe he could improve enough to become a first-team player in the future.
After securing a loan move to Preston North End a year ago where he starred for the Championside side, he has already had a taste of senior football.
And with so much interest in him now, we might see more of him if he goes out on loan in the coming months.