Manchester united Goalkeeper Matej Kovar is close to a loan departure from Manchester United.
Manchester United are keen for a number of their youth players to gain valuable first-team experience next season with Kovar the latest name expected to leave on a temporary loan deal.
BIMA Sport understands that two Football League clubs are currently pursuing a deal for the 20-year-old goalkeeper with Swindon Town believed to be the most likely destination.
Matej Kovar has been a familiar face in first-team training sessions under Solskjaer but is yet to make his senior debut for United despite shining at youth level, especially for the Under-23s during their promotion last season.
The Czech international shot-stopper trained with Manchester United over the weekend but talks continue over his future with a loan exit expected in the coming days.
Kovar would become the third player to leave United on loan this season after Tahith Chong sealed a move to Werder Bremen and Aliou Traore penned a one-year deal with SM Caen.
MK Dons have opted against a loan move for Max Taylor after having him on trial with the young central defender now expected to join another Football League club on trial next week.
Manchester United youngster Oliver Denham has also been allowed to go on trial with Cardiff City although no firm decision has yet been made over his future.