Manchester United Face have confirmed three new signings amidst the Red Devils new Under-18s team which is beginning to take shape.
Manchester United FC have put plenty of focus on their academy setup as manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has one eye on the future during his rebuild.
The Red Devils now handed eight players terms to join their Under-18s squad, including three news signings. Sunderland FC duo Logan Pye and Joe Hugill have both been confirmed as Manchester United FC players, and also goalkeeper Radek Vitek from Czech Republic outfit, Sigma Olomouc.
The teenage Defender, Logan Pye is a highly-rated England Under-16 ace whilst centre forward, Joe Hugill has already played for Sunderland FC Under-23s team. Somewhere, the young talent, Shola Shoretire, who first came off the bench in the UEFA Youth League to make history when he was just 14 year-old, has now promoted to the Red Devils Under-18s side full-time.
The duo Defenders, Rhys Bennett and Oliver Kilner have also been handed places in the team, and also highly-rated yoing midfielder, Omari Forson, who was previously linked with an Arsenal FC move.
The team has been completed by Polish prolific young goalkeeper, Daniel Polakowski, another player who was already joined the team. Neil Ryan’s Under-18s team have enjoyed many success in recent years and this campaign where they reached the FA Youth Cup semi-finals before the competition was cancelled.
Hopefully those Manchester United FC academy team could turn out to be the next generation star like the likes of Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Fred.
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