Man Utd confirm three new signings as new-look
squad begins to take Shape
By Emediongsilver | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 17 views
while all the club's youngsters look to emulate the success had by youth products Marcus Rashford and
Mason Greenwood in the first team.
If you wander through the corridors at Manchester
United’s Carrington training base, you’ll be reminded and maybe,just maybe surprise of just how successful their academy has been over
The walls are adorned by colossal pictures of legends and personalities who defines football, former
graduates such as Ryan Giggs, David Beckham and Marcus Rashford, veritable role models for those young hopefuls heading out to train each day.The class of 92 has often been referred.
The talent keeps rolling off the Carrington conveyor belt, too. Currently,the boy with a fire eye Brandon Williams has been this season’s
outstanding success story, pushing his way into the first team, and there are plenty more where he came from.
According to reports,they have now handed eight players terms to join their
Under-18s side, including three news signings.
Highly rated Sunderland duo Logan Pye and Joe Hugill have both been confirmed as United players, as well as goalkeeper Radek Vitek from Sigma Olomouc in the Czech Republic.Meanwhile, Defender Pye is a highly-rated England Under-16
international whilst striker Hugill has already played for Sunderland at Under-23s level.
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