Manchester United are reportedly likely to allow James Garner and Dylan Levitt to leave on loan during the next transfer window.
At a time when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to strengthen his senior squad, it may result in a number of academy graduates being given permission to continue their development elsewhere.
According to Manchester Evening News, Garner and Levitt could be among the youngsters to depart Old Trafford on a temporary basis.
While Garner is highly regarded behind the scenes, the 19-year-old has been restricted to just three starts and four substitute outings in all competitions.
Meanwhile, Levitt's sole outing in the first team came away at Astana in the Europa League in November, with a further two appearances being made in the EFL Trophy.
Much could depend on whether Paul Pogba leaves the Premier League giants later in 2020.