Manchester City Fans have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relays reports that Manchester United are expected to complete the signing of teenager Charlie McNeill after agreeing a fee with the Club.
The 17-year-old started his career at United before making the switch to City six years ago but decided not to agree professional terms with the Citizens after having limited opportunity in the club’s U18 side.
According to the Sun, Manchester United are in line to sign free-scoring starlet Charlie McNeill from cross-town rivals Manchester City in a £750,000 deal.
The Sun report that the 17-year-old has bagged an astonishing 600+ goals at youth level, the United-supporting ace is on the way to a dream move after rejecting a professional contract with the Citizens.
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In reaction to the report shared on Twitter by City Xtra and City chief, Manchester City fans have expressed their thoughts and opinions.
What a talented guy such a waste
— Ben (@Ben73138154) September 11, 2020
we need to start caring…the market is crazy now, and good players are expensive. We must integrate youth to first team or do it Real Madrid way send them away on loan while contracted to us, so even if we lose them we gain huge money
— SineThemba (@f_sinethemba) September 11, 2020
We’re still ahead of them Tom, hence the reason they’re paying 750k for a 17 year old. We can’t do anything if they refuse to sign a contract. Plus he’s from a family of reds
— Chris (@Quinny854) September 11, 2020
City has a big problem with integrating academy players. TBH. Shit Man United is ahead of City when it comes to giving academy players the chance. United will attract more youngsters than us.
— Dela Dela (@nsangong) September 11, 2020
He’s a united fan I believe, don’t think it’s about issue of city keeping some of the prospects I just think he’s a united fan with opportunity to go there now
— Ricky Scott (@Rickyscott0611) September 11, 2020