Premier League giants Manchester United are preparing for the summer arrival of Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Demetri Mitchell, according to reports.
In 2016, Borthwick-Jackson signed a four-year contract with the Red Devils and was loaned to Wolves, Leeds Utd, Scunthorpe Utd, and not a good one, Tranmere Rovers.
The summer-long 23-year-old with League-one club Tranmere Rovers was postponed January and then loaned out to League-Two club Oldham Athletic till the season’s end.
The Red Devils are willing to quit despite getting an extra year clause in his deal.
The same they did last year with former captain Antonio Valencia and James Wilson, a graduate of the academy.
Unlike Borthwick-Jackson, Mitchell has appeared only once for United and he has just two months left on his deal.
Much like Bradon Williams, Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay and Jesse Lingard, Borthwick-Jackson and Mitchell were all United Academy students.