Charlie McNeill has already caused a stir of excitement since rejoining Manchester United from local rivals Manchester City.
The 17-year-old is a lifelong United fan and grew up playing for the academy with the likes of Mason Greenwood.
However, he made the controversial switch to Manchester City in 2013 to get more playing time.
After scoring 600 goals in six years for City’s academy, no one could argue that McNeill isn’t an exceptional talent.
He signed for the Red Devils for an initial fee of £750,000 plus bonuses.
The striker has been sensational in front of goal for United’s U18s, netting 21 times in 24 appearances.
One of the striking aspects is the variety of goals scored. From cheeky tap-ins to 30-yard screamers, McNeill has it all in his locker.
Moreover, he is a natural finisher and always seems to be in the right place at the right time.
His composure in one-on-one situations, coupled with the ability to finish with either foot, puts him a cut above the rest.
McNeill relishes matches against rivals and always tends to deliver in these special moments.
Scoring twice in two games against Liverpool U18s and four goals in a single match against Manchester City U18s, the teenager has a knack for turning up to the big occasion.
The next step for McNeill would be to establish himself as a part of the U23s team.
He has made just two appearances for Neil Wood’s side and will be looking to break into it next season gradually.
If he continues developing at this rate, the sky is the limit for McNeill. He has the talent and mentality to become one of the academy’s finest products.