Belgian teenager Largie Ramazani has joined Manchester United on a scholarship contract from League One side Charlton Athletic.
The 16-year-old began his youth career in Anderlecht’s academy before he eventually moved to Charlton to continue his development.
He impressed scouts during his time with Anderlecht’s academy ranks and has allegedly agreed to a four-year deal with the Old Trafford clubs as he has hopes of playing under Jose Mourinho.
There is currently a picture of Ramazani posing with a United shirt at the club’s Carrington training complex which is currently circulating on social media, as he’s believed to be of five signings, with Ethan Galbraith and Aliou Traore two other additions.
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United arragned for former striker Andy Cole to meet the new scholars once they had signed on Sunday and he posed with the players alongside Under-18s coach Kieran McKenna.
Dylan Levitt and Jacob Carney’s relatives confirmed they had signed contracts with the club on social media as they look to become vital members of the squad at United.