Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has promised to bring another youngster from the club academy into his first team at Old Trafford next season.
Scott McTominay was given a chance to play in the Champions League last month and was part of the matchday squads for Man United’s premier league games against Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.
Last term, the Portuguese tactician made Angel Gomes the youngest player in the club’s Premier League history to make a senior appearance, by allowing him to make his debut on the last day of the season.
And the former Chelsea boss insists that another academy youngster will be given his chance to impress at the top stage next year.
Speaking in an interview with the Daily Mirror, Jose believes the tradition of giving promising youngsters their chances at the senior level each season is a good one that won’t be broken by him.
The Portuguese tactician also made known his preference for concentrating on a few youngsters and building them up, to giving ’40 players’ their debut and none of them ending up being important.
‘It is more difficult now than it was before, but I think it is good.’ he said.
The former Porto manager is now set to host Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle United at Old Trafford on Saturday for their next premier league game.