Manchester United have shown a keen move in developing a solid youth team for the future, by signing 10 young players into their academy.
Among the young players, United brought is ex-Chelsea academy star, Di’Shon Bernard. The defender was very highly regarded at Chelsea for his solid positioning. At just 16 years of age, he has a lot to learn.
Also, there are two Manchester-born lads who have been given a contract – D’Mani Bughail-Mellor and Brandon Williams.
Dylan Lewitt, who has also joined Manchester United, has already played in an U-17 international game for Ireland.
These transfers have been declared altogether, as the club would be going to Austria over the weekend for a pre-season training camp for the U-18 team.
- Di’Shon Bernard (Defender)
- D’Mani Bughail-Mellor (Forward)
- Jacob Carney (Goalkeeper)
- Ethan Galbraith (Midfielder)
- James Garner (Midfielder)
- Ethan Laird (Defender)
- Dylan Levitt (Midfielder)
- Dion McGhee (Midfielder)
- James Thompson (Goalkeeper)
- Brandon Williams (Defender)
The club is trying to bring in more talent from all around the world. While this list has been confirmed, the Red Devils are looking out for securing their future as more and more players might be allowed to move into the club.
Written by Srivats Venkateswaran
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