🗯️ Michael #Zorc: “Jamie Bynoe-Gittens ist mittlerweile bei uns und wir freuen uns, dass er sich unserer Nachwuchsabteilung angeschlossen hat. Er wird vorerst in der #BVBU19 spielen. Unsere Scoutingabteilung hat da einen hervorragenden Job gemacht!” pic.twitter.com/zPp90l9NvT
— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) September 24, 2020
The 16 year old England youth international had his first training session with the club yesterday.
Traditionally a left winger, Jamie Bynoe is one for the future who knows how to use the backline better than anyone else at that age. The winger has been heavily praised and is only getting better.
He has featured twice for Man City U18s and is also capped at international level, having played for England’s U15s and U16s.
In reaction to the report shared on Twitter by City Chief and Man City Xtra, City fans have expressed their thoughts and opinions.
— MCFC🇧🇼 (@MCFCDON_) September 24, 2020
No, he didn’t have a pro-contract with City, therefore City is only entitled to a developmental compensation and otherwise have no say whatsoever regarding his new club.
— MeinungZuAlles (@MeinungZuAlles) September 24, 2020
And this could be another Sancho mistake, a kid that goes to BVB
Has 90% chance of being successful
— Fs (@fs_i88) September 24, 2020
I can only assume city don’t think he is good enough, those moaning, just like all fans moan, we have recently brought in a load of youngsters from fellow big teams. It’s what happens
— TheManCityBible (@city_bible) September 24, 2020
Just so you know Bernardo Silva, Leroy Sane, Mendy, Ferran, Ake, Laporte, Kevin De Bruyne etc etc were youths of other teams. Man City I not the only club that lost its youth, it’s the chain process of how football works.
— Njotu 🇨🇲 (@NjotuPower) September 24, 2020
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