The classy midfielder came through the system at United and played at Euro 2020 for Wales.
The Welshman had early experience of playing in the European Championship at youth level with his country and also won the Victory Shield with the Dragons.
The creative schemer forced his way into the Under-18 Premier League North champions' line-up in 2017/18 and scored an important winner in the game at Middlesbrough recently en route to the North League title.
He performed in a number of roles throughout the team, playing a key role in the big game against Manchester City that proved decisive in terms of wrapping up the championship.
Not only did he contribute four goals that year but the teenager displayed real quality and, as expected, developed into a key performer in 2018/19. Taking on extra responsibility, his ability to pass positively through the lines shone through and he also displayed a cool head from the penalty spot - scoring one stoppage-time winner at Everton and again showing his prowess from 12 yards in the mini-Manchester derby.
Promotion into the Under-23s squad was well merited and he did not look out of place at that level, getting off the mark in Premier League 2 with another penalty - against Stoke City.
In 2019, Wales boss Ryan Giggs called him into an end-of-season training camp in Portugal and was so impressed he handed his fellow countryman a first call-up at senior level to join the squad for the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Levitt made his full debut at club level in late November, completing the full 90 minutes in Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat to FC Astana in the Europa League. An international bow followed in September 2020, when he started a 1-0 win in over Finland. Days later, he joined Charlton on loan.
After returning from the Addicks, he took the bold step of switching to Croatian side NK Istra after the January transfer window was closed. It proved an inspired move as he was selected in Rob Page's Euro 2020 squad and he appeared in the tournament during the game against eventual winners Italy.