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Manchester United tries to transfer the best young European players

Sat 05 December 2020 | 21:22

Manchester United got ready for how Brexit would change the transfer system, From January 1, English clubs won't sign overseas talent under 18.

And the Premier League will recruit just 6 players under 21 from abroad and all players have to be qualified by the system except Willy Kambwala who was an exception.

Moreover, Alejandro Garnacho – the same age as Kambwala – who was separated from Atletico Madrid, also in October.  

Before them were Marc Jurado, 16, from Barcelona; Real Madrid defender Alvaro Fernandez Carreras, 17; and Isak Hansen-Aaroen, 16, from Tromso.  

Those talented teenagers got ready for a concerted drive from

United

to show their abilities before these new rules come in.

While nothing had been confirmed by the FA and premier league and EFL, Brexit is bringing changes and is trying to snap young players from all over Europe.

Last year, 

United

paid £9million for Hannibal Mejbri and he was a brilliant player that he can follow in the footsteps of Kylian Mbappe.

Dillon Hoogewerf has moved in from Ajax’s academy also at the age of 16. 

There is a special aggressive pattern for

United

that they hope will future-proof them in terms of talents but the age of the players is also an important point.

Their business has not been restricted to EU markets, they search for gems in Europe but for valuable ones.

Jude Bellingham was the kind of talent that they are looking forward for, but he rejected them in favor of Borussia Dortmund which can also be viewed in the new laws 

Last year they called out experts in France and Spain to highlight "

world-class and emerging talent for the club, ensuring a talent pipeline and a world-class first-team squad.

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Successful nominees had to show "

a track record of identifying and scouting elite players.

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source: SportMob