Done Deal: Man Utd Finalised Transfer of In-Demand Attacking Talent
Manchester United have signed forward Manni Norkett, a 13-year-old discussed by the Newark Advertiser as one of the ‘shining talents in the youth game’.
Manni played competitive teens football for Newark Town, Collingham, Birchwood Colts and RHP Colts, but now he’s at one of the greatest clubs in the world.
The youngster hails from North Muskham and was the point to offers from 15 professional clubs, including newly promoted Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers and another EPL sides Everton. He formerly trained with Deano’s Pro Soccer Academy, manage by ex-professional Dean Walling.
Norkett also progressed at Grimsby Town, Manchester City and Sheffield United’s academies, but now he’s at The Red Devils set-up which has blooded through the likes of Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Scott McTominay in the latest years.
The forward has reportedly turned out for Manchester United in the U14 LA Galaxy Cup in Los Angeles, scoring in every game played – Real Salt Lake, LA Galaxy Real So Cal and San Diego Surf – so he’s making a fine impression. A lot has been tipped of the teenager, who believes Manchester United are the best team for a player of his ability.
Man Utd determined to sign 27-year-old Tottenham Hotspur Star
Manchester United have been heavily linked with Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose, and the Guardian have decided to reclaim old rumours.
This obviously reaffirms the interest of Manchester United fans that Jose Mourinho still wants to land Rose this summer.
Italy international Matteo Darmian is likely to return to Serie A and nobody would be surprised to see Englishman Luke Shaw leave on the back of a bad relationship with Jose Mourinho, who has never fancied 22-year-old star.
The Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho is targeting both a left-back and right-back in the summer transfer market. The coach is hopeful of landing Danny Rose and is intent on upgrading each role to increase Manchester United’s hopes of mounting a challenge to Manchester City upcoming term.
Danny is under contract at Spurs until 2021 and is likely to cost in the indentical region as Kyle Walker previous summer, £50 million after he joined The Citizens for a world-record fee for a defender.
This season, in all competitions (Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, EFL Cup), Danny Rose has made 14 apparances so far.
Almost Done: Man Utd Academy Graduate Set to Leave Club Next Season
Manchester United central defender Axel Tuanzebe will reportedly spend next campaign on loan at Aston Villa.
The 20-year-old Englishman arrived in January hoping to achieve systematic football under Steve Bruce but injuries have stopped him from doing that.
Axel’s latest setback arrived 26 minutes into Aston Villa’s victory over Cardiff City earlier this month and Axel Tuanzebe is now supposed to miss the remainder of the term.
The England U21 player, who is highly thought of by Manchester United Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho, has only made five matches in Claret and Blue as a result.
After all, according to English tabloid newspaper The Sun, Tuanzebe will return to Villa Park for one more loan stint next campaign irrespective of the league Aston Villa are playing in.
An Old Trafford source said: “The club are still undecided but that’s what they’d like him to do. We know Villa are keen on him.
“He is expected to go on the US pre-season tour before Jose makes his final decision over him.”
This season, in all competitions, Axel Tuanzebe has made 10 appearances and yet to score a goal or made an assist.