Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says youngster Angel Gomes will be leaving Manchester United.
The youngster got through the Old Trafford giants academy and made his debut in May 2017 at the age of 16, becoming youngest player since Duncan Edwards to play for the first-team.
Angel Gomes has made ten appearances and contract talks reached stalemate, with ole Gunnar Solskjaer now expecting the Manchester United midfielder to leave when his contract lapses on Tuesday.
Inquired as to whether the youngster would remain at the club, the Manchester United manager stated: I have no news, nothing, so it doesn’t seem as though it.
Angel Gomes was a piece of England’s Under-17 World Cup winner in 2017 and 11 days ago the manager was hopeful that a deal was “imminent”.
Angel Gomes’ departure is a blow for a club with developing and advancing homegrown talent.
Marcus Rashford is boss among the homegrown talents to have thrived and is quick to get the ball really rolling, having continued a conceivably season-ending back injury in January.
The coronavirus suspension has given the England star opportunity to recoup, just as lead some amazing off-field endeavors, however the 22-year-old still can’t seem to add to his 19-goals take since play continued.
Marcus Rashford looks set to start when Manchester United return to Premier League action at Brighton on Tuesday, having required extra-time to defeat Norwich 2-1 in Saturday night’s FA Cup quarter-final.
That success stretched out their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions ahead of the outings to the Amex Stadium, where Manchester United have lost both legs.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is anticipating another extreme match on the south coast, similarly as the United manager foreseeing a serious battle for a top four.
Chelsea have been linked to Angel Gomes earlier this year.