Ethan Laird says that his long term aim is to succeed at Manchester United but he is ready to talk about his future this summer.
The 19-year old full-back had an impressive loan spell with the MK Dons, making 25 appearances for the club.
He showed plenty of promise for the League 1 outfit and is eager to continue his development next season.
Speaking to the club on his future, Ethan Laird said: “Yeah, of course. I mean, that’s the club I’m at and that’s where I want to be.
“Who knows, I can’t really give you a set answer on my future just yet, but I know that my long-term aim is to establish myself with United.
“Let’s just see what happens in the summer.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is searching for right-backs who can provide cover for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
He played almost every game this past season due to the absence of a robust back-up.
Brandon Williams and Diogo Dalotare Solksjaer’s other options, but neither player appears to have convinced the manager.
A successful stint at MK Dons puts Laird in contention to play second fiddle to Wan-Bissaka.
However, the jump from League One to the Premier League is massive for the teenager.
The manager may allow him to leave United for another loan move to a club where he can get regular game time.
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