Ghanaian Teen Trains With Man United First Team Ahead of FA Cup Game
- Ghanaian midfielder Kobbie Mainoo has been training with Manchester United's first team
- The teen sensation is expected to make Erik ten Hag's squad for the game against Everton
- Mainoo has been a key figure at the youth team for Manchester United
English-born Ghanaian midfielder Kobbie Mainoo trained with Manchester United's first team ahead of their FA Cup game against Everton on Friday.
The 17-year-old has been outstanding for the youth team, earning him an invite to the senior side by manager Erik ten Hag.
Mainoo is expected to make the squad for the game at Old Trafford as he eyes a senior Manchester United debut.
In photos and videos shared on social media, the teen sensation is seen going through the necessary drills with the senior players.
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Having impressed with the youth team, where he has played ten games and provided two assists in the Premier League 2, the midfielder looks set for his first match for the Red Devils.
United have been in fine form since losing to Manchester City in the English Premier League, winning their last six matches.
Ten Hag will look at the FA Cup as a perfect opportunity for him to win at least a trophy with Manchester United this season.
The Red Devils are also in the quarterfinals of the League Cup, where they face Charlton Athletic in the last eight.
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The in-demand 22-year-old will cost the Red Devils around 40 million Euros after his value rose following his outstanding performances this season.
According to the Mirror, the Ajax star is seen as a possible option in attack following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Erik ten Hag has rated Manchester United's Premier League title chances, after he led his side to a thrilling 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Tuesday night.
Goals from Casemiro, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford were enough to help United see off the Cherries at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have enjoyed a stunning run of form in recent weeks that has seen them climb the standings to fourth.