Manchester United youngster Tom Sang has extended his stay at Old Trafford after impressive performances with the club’s U-23 team.
The Liverpool-born centre midfielder had to pass through rigorous trials that lasted for three months before he was offered the chance to become a young Red Devil in 2015.
After lots of examination from United’s fitness coach, who guided him throughout the period of his trials, the young teenager was deemed fit to play for the Red Devils as he featured in just nine matches for the u18 Premier League in 2016/17.
Despite his bit-part role for the U-18 team, Tom was promoted to the U-23 team where he featured six league matches in the current Premier League 2 season.
Just as Marcos Rashford and Scott McTominay, who both graduated to the first-team from the club’s youth set-up, Tom is hoping to capture José Mourinho’s mind with some spectacular performances in the upcoming season so as to feature for the senior squad in the 2018-19 season.
It is believed that Michael Carrick will become part of Mourinho’s backroom staffs in the coming season and the 18-year-old would be willing to learn from the experienced player, who plays in the same position with him.
Before ending his successful career, Carrick won five Premier League titles, three League Cups, one FA Cup and one Champions League trophies with the Red Devils.