Manchester United youngster Mipo Odubeko could be out of the Carrington training ground in the nearest future as reports claimed that he is in talks with West Ham United.
The 16-year-old has been a scholar with the Old Trafford outfit as a child and he’s one of the highly-rated players tipped to break into the first-team squad in a not-too-long distance.
It was revealed that United offered him his first professional contract last month but he turned down the chance to commit his future to the Premier League giants due to his quest for regular first-team actions.
According to report, the attacker can’t be guaranteed of a place in United’s senior team; hence, he is keen on making a move to a place where game-time is certain.
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Juventus, Bayern Munich and Eredivisie side Feyenord are equally in the race for the young teenager who scored 35 goals throughout last season.
Though United won’t be affected by the player’s departure, it will be a good news to United faithfuls should the youngster decide to change his mind.
The young striker is expected to lead Northern Ireland attacking lineup during the upcoming FIFA U17 World Cup in Brazil.
He will hope to break Victor Osimhen’s record of 10 goals he scored during the 2015 edition of the competition in Chile.