Largie Ramazani has found a new club after being released by Manchester United.
Almeria announced his arrival on their official website after watching the 19-year-old enjoy a productive season for United’s U-23s last season during which he scored nine goals in 13 games.
Ramazani made his first team debut under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Europa League — away at Astana — as a substitute and he can now look forward to getting more first team football as a result of his latest move.
According to the Daily Mail in July, United wanted Ramazani to stay before he turned down the offer of a new contract. As a result his previous deal was left expire so United released him this summer.
We can only credit the youngster for securing a five-year contract at his new club and wish him the very best with his development.
Almeria missed out on promotion to La Liga this season but Ramazani will go straight into their first team and hopefully help them achieve such a feat next season.
It’s easy to see why Ramazani would leave United knowing a club would sign him on a five-year deal and give him first team football. There’s a sense of security and opportunity about this move.
All the best Largie!