Done: highly rated striker agrees 4-year Manchester United deal

While ensuring that the squad of Manchester United reinforced ahead of the coming season, the Club is not neglecting its future as they continue to hunt for and nurture talents.

According Manchestereveningnews, the Red Devils have completed the signing of Largie Ramazani, who joined on a scholarship offer from Charlton Athletic.

The 16-year-old starter his career with Belgian side Anderlecht before switching to Charlton. The 16-year-old striker will now continue his development with Manchester United.

Begian journalist Kristof Terreur has been the man peddling reports of the players move to Old Trafford via his twitter account.

He tweeted a picture of the player and wrote: “Largie Ramazani, a 16y.old Belgian/Burundian striker, has signed a four-year deal with Manchester United. @hlnsport #cafc #mufc #rsca.”

Ramazani is of Burundi descent and he joins the several youngsters already signed on by Man United for the youth set-up. Former Man United star Carlton Cole met with the new scholars as they signed for their dream Club last Sunday.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho has already added Victor Lindelof to his otherwise very strong and competitive Club, Alvaro Morata is expected to seal his move before the close of this week so that he will participate in the Pre-season training of the Club.