The youngsters at Manchester United have performed well amidst the inconsistency form witnessed at the Old Trafford club this season.
Manchester United have performed below expectations this season but the young players have contributed their quota to the good results at the club this season.
The Red Devils were famous for developing young players years back as highlighted by the class of 92 which had the likes of Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Phil Neville, Nicky Butt and David Beckham.
These players came through the Manchester United Academy in the 90s before they went on to become club legends in their own right.
They were all part of the Manchester United squad that stunned European football by winning an unprecedented treble in 1999.
Manchester United made a clean sweep of the FA Cup, Champions League and the Premier League.
Manchester United could emulate those set with the new Academy graduates coming through. The likes of Mason Greenwood, Scott McTominay and Brandon Williams have come through the ranks at Old Trafford to make their respective first-team debuts for the club.
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Here are the four best young players at Manchester United:
1. Mason Greenwood – The 18-year-old has a bright future ahead of him as shown by his performances for the club this season though his role has been more of an impact substitute especially in the Premier League. He has scored four goals in the Premier League with all of those goals coming as a substitute. He has nine goals in all competitions for Manchester United this term.
2. Scott McTominay – He broke into the first team at Manchester United last season having been a graduate of the club’s Academy. He is a Scotland international.
3. Brandon Williams – The young fullback made his debut for Manchester United in October and he has not looked back since then.
4. Daniel James – The summer signing from Welsh club Swansea City started his Manchester United career with three goals in four appearances but he has gone off the boil in recent months.