Manchester United is well known for nurturing young talents across Europe with the likes of Masin Greenwood, Amad, Fecundo Pellistri , Brandon and Some academy graduate thriving well at Old Trafford as well as loan spells.
According to Daily Mail, Manchester United have retained the services of teenage Shola Shoretire.
The youngster will put pen to paper to his first professional contract. His potential had attracted attention from the likes of PSG, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, and Juventus.
Being one of the best midfielders in his age group, the 17 year old can be a world class player if well developed as expected. He has committed his future to Manchester United with the hopes of being like Paul Scholes.
The 17 year old has been impressive in the u23s side and has been tipped to break into Ole Gunnar Solskjaers' first team considering that he has been training with them.
With a number of top clubs across Europe willing to take him, it was always going to be a battle to keep hold of the player. However, conversations with the likes of Michael Owen, Marcus Rashford, and Mason Greenwood convinced him to stay put at the Theatre of Dreams.
He could very soon follow in the footsteps of Rashford and Greenwood into the United first-team. Given his potential, one would not bet against him doing just that.
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