CONFIRMED: Nigerian born Youngster Snubs PSG, Barca to Sign a new deal with Man United
By Akinsports | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 30616 views
Manchester united are known for their ability to develop young players through their youth system. The likes of Rashford, MacTominay, Williams are products of Man United Academy and are presently representing the senior team.
Another youngster is about to breakthrough in the ranks of United Academy. Shola shoretire just turned 17 and According to Daily mail, The youngster has agreed to sign a professional deal with Manchester United. Shoretire was scouted by the likes of PSG and Barcelona.
Shola Shoretire snubs PSG, Barcelona, signs for Man Utd https://t.co/aQIvnJoYh4
The Nigeria born youngster is regarded as one of the best Attacking Midfielder of his age. He has been playing for the Under23 side scoring 2 goals and 3 assists. He has even trained with the first team squad at one point.
According to Reports, He was advised by the likes of Rashford, Greenwood and Micheal Owen to sign for Manchester United.
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