Manchester United is one of the world's best clubs, with one of the best academies that has produced some of the game's best players in recent years. Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard, and Scott McTominay are just a few of the academy's top graduates.
With new interim manager Rangnick's affinity for youth players, he is expected to offer certain youth players a shot in the first team during his tenure, and what better way to begin than by giving game time to the academy's youths this season?
According to BBC Sport, Anthony Elanga, a Manchester United academy product, is poised to make his club's Champions League debut against Young Boys on Wednesday. The 19-year-old came on in place of Marcus Rashford in the 76th minute for his first Premier League match of the season and might be in line for his Champions League debut.
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