Manchester United goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic has expressed a desire to go out on loan during the ongoing transfer window, as he is unlikely to play with the Red Devils' youth team during the upcoming campaign.
The Serbian U20 international joined United in 2014 from Serbian club FK Vojvodina, but the club decided to let him spend the 2014/15 campaign on loan with his former employers.
The 18-year-old stopper, who won the U20 World Cup earlier this year, has ruled out the possibility of returning to his former club for another season on loan. He is hoping to move to Europe and has expressed a keenness to find a club in Belgium or Holland to continue his football development.
Milinkovic-Savic, who is contracted to the 20-time English champions until the summer of 2019, is highly-rated by the coaches at Old Trafford. He has expressed a strong desire for a temporary exit this summer as he does not see himself playing with the United youth-team.
"There is no chance that I will again stand between the sticks for Vojvodina and I am sure about it. I sincerely hope that I can go out on loan to Belgium or Holland but we'll see and the club will decide soon," the Serbian U20 World Cup winner added.
Meanwhile, Daley Blind has revealed that a lot of games United won last season were due to the meticulous work done on the training ground. He has praised Louis van Gaal, and credits the manager for having the intuition that leads them to victory on most occasions.
"At the start of the [last] campaign we were mainly building the team, but if you look to the second half of the season we were doing well," he told Four Four Two, as quoted by the Manchester Evening News.
"Louis van Gaal sees everything, and what he says always comes true. Many times we won matches on details which he had practiced in training beforehand."
"If you look at the home games against Spurs (3-0) and Manchester City (4-2), and the away match against Liverpool (1-2), you'll see that we gave away very few chances. Defensively we were well organised and knew exactly what to expect," the Dutch midfielder added.