Manchester United have signed five academy players from Huddersfield Town, according to reports.
The newly-promoted side had come out in August to reveal that they will be offloading most of their youth teams that are under the age of 16 and Manchester United are one of the clubs that have signified their intent.
The Red Devils are known for their policy of developing youth players at the famous academy with the likes of David Bechkam, Paul Scholes, and the recent being Marcus Rashford who has stunned many with his impressive displays since he broke into the first team under former boss Loius Van Gaal.
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Current United boss Jose Mourinho has been criticised for not giving youth players the needed opportunity to turn into stars in his past terms with other clubs. However, the Portuguese has recently shown he could do otherwise by bringing a host of stars to the Old Trafford.
Signing a handful of youngsters during the last summer window and has continued with a stunning move for five youngsters from Huddersfield who were initially invited for a trial with the team and even participated in a closed-doors friendly under the supervision of Academy boss Nicky Butt.
Following the success of their trials, Manchester United have swiftly signed the youngsters leading the pack of other clubs in the Premier League who have also indicated their interest in signing some other talents from the Yorkshire-based club.