Manchester United new signing Amad Diallo has been in the senior bubble since joining, but two other promising members of the Under 23s side, Hannibal Mejbri and Shola Shoretire, have also impressed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the whole Team at large.
Manchester United promoted Hannibal Mejbri to the first team squad on a regular basis as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to reward his promising youngsters.
Manchester United signed Hannibal Mejbri from Monaco for an initial fee of €5 million, potentially rising to €10 million, 18 months ago as he continue to produce some standout performances for the Under 23 in his first time at the club.
Manchester United confirmed attacking midfielder Hannibal Mejbri joins Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first team squad in training.
Hannibal Mejbri is able to open up games with his fantastic vision and ability to play the killer pass, and fans will be excited to see him break into the senior side, whenever that may be.
Manchester United also promoted 17 year old attacker Shola Shoretire and Hannibal Mejbri, 18, is set to follow and they will both train with the senior set up regularly, dropping back down to Neil Wood's Under 23 side to play games.
Shola Shoretire was Born on February 2, 2004 two days before Facebook was launched,Shola Shoretire only turned 17 but he has been earmarked as a future United star.
Shola Shoretire was Born in Newcastle, with Nigerian ancestry courtesy of his father, Shoretire spent his early childhood in the North East and played for esteemed Wallsend Boys Club following in the footsteps of Peter Beardsley, Alan Shearer, Michael Carrick and Lee Clark (to name a few).
Manchester United were quick to recognise his talents, snapping him up at the age of 10 where he has since shone through the age groups.
They will join £37million teenager Amad Diallo in training with Solskjaer's first team but playing games with Neil Wood's development side. While that will mean they have to travel to those fixtures on their own. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes it will benefit them in the long term to be exposed to first team training.
Manchester United boss remarks on the youngsters " The young kids, we've moved shola Shoretire up with us, Hannibal Mejbri will join us and we'll keep them with us for a while. It's the next step in their development, we've got to take the hit that when they play for reserves, they have to travel by themselves. It's a nice step for them. They've done really well."
Manchester United have been busy snapping up some of Europe's best young talents in recent times, such as their acquisition of Frenchman Noam Emeran in February 2019. He may have not made an impact at Old Trafford just yet, but he has been putting in work behind the scenes.
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