Heaton agrees Cardiff move
Cardiff City have agreed a deal to sign United goalkeeper Tom Heaton on 1 July.
The 24-year-old will join the Bluebirds, who narrowly lost out in last month's Championship Playoff final against Blackpool, when his current Reds contract lapses.
Heaton made 21 appearances with Cardiff during a 2008/09 loan spell, and manager Dave Jones is relishing the former England youth international's return.
"We all know about the lad from his time on loan here and know that we have signed a very talented young player who can offer plenty of competition for (David) Marshall in goal," Jones told Cardiff's official club website.
"We look forward to seeing him for pre-season training and know that we have a real prospect for years to come."
Heaton will leave Old Trafford on the eighth anniversary of signing professional forms with the club. He never made a senior appearance for United, but has sampled first-team football on loan at Swindon Town, Cardiff, QPR, Rochdale and Wycombe Wanderers.
Everyone at ManUtd.com would like to wish Tom all the best with his new club.
Young quintet to depart
Five United youngsters will leave the club at the end of June.
Tom Heaton's move to Cardiff City has already been confirmed, and he will be followed out of Carrington by Febian Brandy, Sam Hewson, Scott Moffatt and Ron-Robert Zieler.
The quintet's contracts all expire at the end of the current month, and they will be free to join new clubs from 1 July.
Manchester United would like to wish all five boys the very best of luck in their career