Manchester United have agreed a deal for talented young centre-foward Charlie McNeill to return to the club following six years in Manchester City’s academy.
The Red Devils are anticipated to complete the signing of talented youngster Charlie McNeill after agreeing a fee with Manchester City that could ascend to £1.35m.
Charlie McNeill cost Manchester City £12,000 when he joined the academy from Manchester United six years ago and his goalscoring exploits – The 17-year-old is credited with 600 goals at youth level – have also observed him recognized at international level with various appearances for England Under-16s.
After seeing his chances at Under-18 level restricted at Manchester City, Charlie McNeill decided to dismiss the proposal of a deal and left the club in June.
Nonetheless, in light of the fact that he didn’t turn 17 until this week anyone that wanted to sign the talented centre-forward still needed to negotiate a fee with his previous club or risk tribunal decide his worth.
Manchester United have agreed a fee with Manchester City for an underlying £750,000 conceivably ascending to £1.35m, with the Blues also getting a lump of any future deal for the player; a deal is anticipated to be completed very soon.
Charlie McNeill, a Manchester United fan, will add to what in particular has been a bustling summer of recruitment in the club’s academy.
Alvaro Fernandez, Alejandro Garnacho and Marc Jurado have all been enrolled from Spanish academies, while Isak Hansen-Aaroen, Joe Hugill, Logan Pye and Radek Vitek have also been signed.