Isak Hansen-Aaroen makes admission over possible Manchester United exit

Hansen-Aaroen is yet to make his senior debut at Old Trafford despite often being involved in first-team training. The midfielder made 25 appearances for the academy last season and his performances in the new campaign have been praised.

The 19-year-old attracted loan interest from domestic and European clubs in the summer window but he didn&apost leave United.

Hansen-Aaroen represented Denmark&aposs Under-21s during the international break and he recently spoke to Verdens Gang to discuss his time in Manchester and whether he could leave on loan to continue his development.

“You learn a lot from moving. I have learned a lot as a person,” he said. “I have lived a lot alone and away from family. You learn a lot about yourself as a person. There are many in the national team who have done it. I feel we are a fairly mature group.

“My life now is completely different. England is almost like home now. I have settled in very well in England. I wasn&apost very good at school, but with football everything clicked for me. Ever since I was a child, I have enjoyed football. United came from a young age, so I didn&apost have time to think about football being something I could make a living from until it happened.”