- Charlie McNeill has joined Manchester United after leaving Manchester City
- The English striker will start his career at Old Trafford with the Under 18 team
- Manchester United are currently occupying 14th position on the Premier League table
Manchester United have completed the signing of 600-goal wonderkid Charlie McNeill from rivals Manchester City in a deal reported to be £750,000.
The Red Devils confirmed that they have signed two players who are Charlie NcNeill and Alejandro Garnacho and they will be in the side's Under 18 team.
Garnacho has already completed his self-isolation period and is ready to get down to work this term at Old Trafford for the possibility of breaking into the main team in future.
Last season, Garnacho played for Atletico Madrid second team and was impressive in all the games he played in Spain.
Manchester United wrote in a statement below.
"Manchester United can confirm the signing of two new additions at Under-18s level.
"Forwards Alejandro Garnacho and Charlie McNeill have joined the club’s academy from Atletico Madrid and Manchester City respectively.
"The Spaniard, who can operate up front as well as on both wings, has completed a period of self-isolation after arriving from the Spanish capital and can now begin training with his new team-mates.
"McNeill is a 17-year-old striker who has represented England up to Under-16s level and was a prolific goalscorer during his time in Manchester City’s younger age-groups."
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Luka Jovic indicated his interest in moving to the Premier League and has admitted he won’t mind a possibility of joining English giants Manchester United.
The Serbian striker has not been able to properly break into Madrid’s first team where Karim Benzema has been favoured under coach Zinedine Zidane.
Jovic was handed a start in Real Madrid’s game vs Real Valladolid, but the striker fialed to hit the back of the net and was substituted by Vinicius Junior in the 58th minute of the encounter.
And in less than seven minutes of his appearance in the game, Vinicius scored the only goal to hand his side all precious three points at home.
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