Check out The new Manchester United-Nigerian wonder kid
By Amozie | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 642 views
Shola Shoretire is a young British-Nigerian and promising player for Manchester United, He made his debut for the senior team against Newcastle on Sunday in their 3-1 victory with a stunning performance. He joined Manchester United on July 1st 2019, and he plays the left wing, I bet he's going to give Martial a run for his money.
He was born in Nigeria on February 2nd 2014, he owns a Nigerian nationality, and from his name you can tell he belongs to the Yoruba ethnic group, although little information is known about his parents as of now.
He is about 5'5ft in height, and weighs about 66kg. He is welcomed to the greatest and biggest club in the world and we hope he turns up with excellent performance on the pitch. Hopefully Ole Gunner Solksjer will give him enough game time to help him improve on his performance and confidence.
To know more about Shola, you can follow him on IG @sholashoretire
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