Manchester United youngster Sean Goss is set to join Queens Park Rangers this month, as per reports in England.
Goss joined the Old Trafford outfit from Exeter City back in 2012, and has since progressed through the ranks in the Manchester United academy. He was a big hit in United’s U18s side, due to which he was quickly promoted to the U21s team.
Dubbed as the next Michael Carrick thanks to his long passing, vision, and ball retention skills, Goss has been rated quite highly in the Red Devils’ youth setup. The youngster also played a big role in the youth side’s 2015 title win, but his progress has since been hindered due to consistent injuries.
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Goss failed to appear for Manchester United’s first team, but did come close back in November 2015, when he was named as a substitute by Louis van Gaal in the Reds’ 2-1 win over Watford in the Premier League. However, the midfielder suffered yet another season-ending injury in March 2016, and now, he looks set to leave the Theatre of Dreams.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly given Goss the permission to leave the club, and the 21-year-old looks on his way to join Queens Park Rangers. As per West London Sport, the German-born footballer will travel to London soon in order to discuss personal terms and undergo a medical examination.
With QPR currently sitting 17th in the Championship, a starlet as talented as Sean Goss could certainly help Ian Holloway’s team climb up the table in the second tier of English football.