Manchester United 'New Wayne Rooney' Lives Up To His Hype
By SharonMundia | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 2 views
Manchester United has been producing notable names in the past and also present. From Busby Babes and Class of 92 to the likes of Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and McTominay among others.
The Carrington Training Ground has now produced another wonderkid who is liken to former Red Devils legend Wayne Rooney.
Shola Shoretire has had sparkling performances in the recent past. He has also lives to his hype after scoring an hattrick against Bolton Wanderers in Premier League 2.
The 17 years old link up play was exquisite and a joy to watch. His goal tally has now increased to 5 and 3 assists after 12 matches in PL 2.
The attacking midfielder is one of the U23 prospects who might be given senior debut by Solskjaer. Other players on the score sheet were Amad Diallo, Mejbri and Joe Hugill. The game ended 6-4 in favour of Manchester United.
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