Manchester United have pipped Juventus in the signing of youngster Noam Emeran this month.
United will get the 16-year-old, once the £90,000 compensation fee on his services is settled.
Emeran has yet to make an appearance in the senior team for the Ligue One club, however, he has been impressing clubs across Europe with his showoffs.
Emeran who has been the capped twice for the French u-16 side, will now join the rest of United players at Old Trafford.
With Juventus knocked off the race to sign the young centre forward, United will be pleased they pipped the Serie A title holders to sign Emeran.
The 16-year-old has also been a target for French club Paris Saint-Germain. Manchester United have been a fertile ground for young players to grow and nurture and there is no doubt Emeran will turn into a fine player.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils have allowed defender Regan Poole to move out on loan. Poole has reunited with former club Newport County.
His loan move will run till the end of the season. The 20-year-old joined from Newport Couty for a reported fee of £180,000 in September 2015. However, he has yet to break into the senior team, which has led to United loaning him out this period.