Manchester United have today confirmed the signings of three academy youngsters to go into the U23 and U18 sides.
The club announced on the official website that 16-year-old goalkeeper Johan Guadagno has joined from IF Brommapojkarna in Sweden.
Ajax wonderkid Dillon Hoogewerf has also been announced as a Man Utd player, after lots of speculation about the 16-year-old’s arrival.
The Netherlands u16 striker was seen as one of the best attacking talents in Ajax’s famous academy and scored 10 goals and contributed six assists for the u17’s last season.
Former Real Zaragoza youngster Mateo Mejia has also joined Neil Ryan’s u18 set-up at Old Trafford.
United have always been known for bringing youngsters through their academy and it looks like the Reds have poached some more exciting youngsters here.
Meanwhile, the club have also agreed a deal to sign 16-year-old Monaco wonderkid Hannibal Mejbri, subject to FIFA approval.
According to Manchester Evening News, the Frenchman will cost the Reds up to £9m.
We are pleased to confirm two new U23s contracts and five overseas additions to our U18s squad! 📝 #MUAcademy
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