Manchester United have spent lots of money to sign big players since manager Jose Mourinho took over as boss at Old Trafford. However, just a very few young talents have been able to flourish under Mourinho.
Youngster like Marcus Rashford is doing well at Manchester United, but he hasn’t been playing regularly at the club since Louis Van Gaal left Old Trafford.
Manchester United have got quite a few superb youngsters in their youth team, and one of them is Aliou Traore.
A few hours ago, the red devils officially confirmed by United that they have agreed to a professional deal with the talented starlet.
Last February, the French defensive midfielder was invited to Old Trafford, and he went ahead scoring a goal for their academy team against Burnley.
The Manchester club chose to keep him in the Academy in December, and they have now offered him his first professional contract.
This season so far, the 17-year-old has played just one game for Man United’s U-18 side against Liverpool’s youth team(the game ended 2-2).
Traore is a gifted young player with a bright future. The club said they are delighted to see him sign his first professional contract at Old Trafford.