Manchester United Sign Phil Neville’s Teenage Son Harvey To Their Famed Academy


The Class of 92 were a famed group of individuals who were responsible for bringing a tremendous amount of success to Manchester United thanks to their gifted ability and some spectacular training methods initiated by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The youngsters were often referred to as “Fergie’s fledglings” for being near and dear to the manager, who molded the group into true superstars for years to come.

The core of the group saw players such as Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and Phil Neville all come to the fore and showcase their skill on the grandest stage.

And now, 26 years on from the iconic Class of 92, the next generation of players may be taking center stage at Old Trafford.

WATCH: Players Reaction To Nigeria vs Argentina 1-2

It has been confirmed that Phil Neville’s son, Harvey Neville, has been signed by United to their academy at the age of 16. The teenager was earlier at Valencia, where his uncle Gary Neville was formerly Coach and father Phil was Assistant Coach.


Another Mino Raiola Client Offered To Manchester United

Harvey revealed via an Instagram post that he was thrilled to be signing with the club his father played for and the team he had supported all his life.

Phil Neville himself expressed his excitement over his son signing for Manchester United as well. He too posted on Instagram -“Proud of you, Harvey Neville, go follow your dreams!!!”

Born in 2002, Harvey is considered to be a real talent, and is a winger by choice, with a striking resemblance to his dad’s iconic teammate David Beckham.


Fekir To United? Lyon President Talks About His “Long Discussions” With Mourinho

The teenage sensation is tall in stature and possesses some serious pace and skill on the ball, ensuring that he will fit in well at the Manchester United academy.

The signing of Harvey kicks off a new generation of “fledglings” at Manchester United, and don’t be surprised if this becomes a trend in a very short period of time.

Keep up to date with the biggest transfer news from the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and a lot more