​Man Utd starlet Levitt in awe of Wales heroics at Euros

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Manchester United youngster Dylan Levitt is drawing inspiration from the time he was a teenager watching his Wales national team heroes at Euro 2016.

The 20-year-old, who made his debut for United in the Europa League in 2019, is vying for a first team spot at Euro 2020.

He spoke to the media on international duty, mentioning the time he cheered on the likes of Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey and other Wales first-teamers during the 2016 edition of the Euros.

"I was starstruck at the start, a little bit," said Levitt.

"There's a lot of big names at United. But I was watching Wales when I was younger - Bale, Ramsey, Joe Allen, Ashley Williams - and it was crazy (to train with them) as they have been at the top level for so many years.

"Watching them in 2016, you jump to that level and they try and help you when you come through. You try and build a good bond."

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