Manchester United attacker, Anthony Elanga has now signed a new long term contract with the club.
The 18-year-old, who has been with United since the age of 12, won the Jimmy Murphy Youth Team Player of the Year award last season.
The exciting winger has played for Neil Wood’s Under-23s side throughout the season, featuring 16 times, scoring eight goals and registering three assists.
The Sweden youth international is another product of United’s outstanding Academy system. His father, Joseph, played at the 1998 World Cup finals for Cameroon, before having a couple of spells with Malmo.
This is coming after another youth player, Hannibal signed his long term contract yesterday.
Elenga will be looking to hone his talents behind the scenes and maintain his development at the club in the coming months and years.
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