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Manchester United Manager Keen To Finalise Signing Of France Young Star Ahead Of Next Season.

Manchester united manager has reported made his interest known to FC Sochaux U19 star Willy Kambwala, as he's eager to recruit the young talent.



The 47-years-old Norway international and former Manchester united star who spent 11 years and three days playing at old Trafford, has proven to be right man for the Manchester united job due to his impressive signings and performance.

Meanwhile, the Manchester united manager has identified Willy Kambwala, as a player that will fit into his philosophy at the club.

The 15-years-old France U16 international play as a defensive-midfielder or a center-back FC Sochaux U19.

Willy Kambwala has proven to be a player with high potentials and he will definitely improve on his performance more under the 47-years-old Norway international. The former Manchester united player has proven to be a coach that give more playing time to his young stars, and the young starlet could be favour by the coach style of play.

Meanwhile, It’s also believed that the 15-years-old has received a further youth contract proposal from FC Sochaux-Montbéliard and he’s currently evaluating that offer. If he decides against this offer, his potential suitors will have to wait until the end of August to sign the teenager, just after he turns 16, owing to FIFA regulations on minor.

The latest report report from RMC Sport has stated that, Manchester United have made their first bid to the French Ligue 2 side. However, this bid is said to be below €1 million and is expected to be rejected. The report continues by stating that FC Sochaux-Montbéliard will want at least the double of what has been offered to them in order to let their youngster leave the club when he finally turn 16.

However, it is reported that the 15-years-old is happy with the interest from Manchester united, because it simple means that the young star is doing the right thing bad heading to the right direction.


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