Young Manchester United goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic has revealed that he is likely to be loaned out this summer.

Manchester United snapped up the teenage Serbian shot-stopper from FK Vojvodina last summer, but he was immediately loaned out to his former side for the rest of the season.

The 18-year-old was part of the Serbian national team squad that won the Under-20 World Cup earlier this year and is one of the most highly-rated goalkeepers in his country.

While he has returned to Old Trafford this summer, Milinkovic-Savic said that he is unlikely to play at youth level for Manchester United and in all likelihood will be loaned out for the season.

Speaking to Serbian outlet, the youngster said: “Staying in the youth team is certainly not going to happen.


“Chances are that I will go on loan and that is what I want.”

Milinkovic-Savic has ruled out moving back to Vojvodina this summer and revealed that he is interested in continuing his development at a Belgian or a Dutch club.

The goalkeeper continued: “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."

Milinkovic-Savic has represented Serbia at all levels of youth football and at 18, has already earned four caps for the Under-20 side.