Young Barnsley goalkeeper Tony Wooster has completed a permanent move to Manchester United, a report from the Manchester Evening News has revealed.
United have been busy with their recruitment of young players for their academy setup in recent months, and now they appear to have completed another piece of business for their youth side.
According to the latest reports, the Old Trafford club have now sealed a deal to bring Wooster to the club, as they continue to boost their future prospects.
It is thought that Wooster will initially link up with Red Devils’ Under 16s team, where he looks set to work with the likes of the club’s academy manager, former United and England midfielder Nicky Butt.
No official announcement of the deal is expected, something which is likely down to Wooster’s age at this moment in time.
What an opportunity this is for Wooster.
Given the size of Manchester United, and the opportunities it could offer him in the future, you can’t blame the teenager for agreeing to this deal.
Indeed, given the pedigree and potential he already appears to have shown, it does seem as though he could well be ready for a move such as this, and an opportunity to work in United’s setup, with former players with the experience such as that possessed by, this should only help him to improve further.