Manchester United have a truly exciting prospect on their disposal in the shape of Hannibal Mejbri.
The young Tunisian midfielder is regarded as one of the hottest asset at Old Trafford and someone who is expected to play a much more central role in the first team moving forward.
At just the age of 19 years old , Mejbri is expected to feature in the first eleven under new manager Erik Ten Hag who highly depends of young generational talents
He was introduced in the game against Liverpool as a substitute which earned him more praises from fans
The young English midfielder , James Garner has attracted the attention of most European clubs including Leicester City, Borussia Dortmund and also Newcastle United, is expected to break through into the first eleven at Old Trafford under the new manager Erik Ten Hag
Garner could yet force his way close to the first-team picture under Ten Hag, but a central midfielder is top of the Dutchman's wishlist and Donny van de Beek is also returning from a loan at Everton. If Garner does enough to be in the first five players up for selection then he might stay at Old Trafford, but at 21 there is also a sense he needs to be playing games and a season of Premier League football with a loan move to Nottingham Forest is a possibility.
Erik ten Hag will take the midfielder on the tour of Thailand and Australia and with spots up for grabs in an area of the pitch left void by the departures of Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Jesse Lingard and an opportunity is knocking for Garner. How he does on that tour and in the four pre-season games included in the itinerary will decide his
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