- Manchester United have signed a Wales U-14 international
- Levent Gundogan impressed during a six-week trial at Carrington
- Gundogan is comfortable playing as an attacking midfielder or striker
Manchester United have completed the signing of Welsh U-14 international Levent Gundogan.
The Sun reports that he was signed after a successful six week trial at United's Carrington base.
The youngster’s former club, the Connah’s Quay Nomads claims he was handed a six-week trial after scoring four goals for North Wales developmental squad at Carrington.
The Under-14s star was then given a six-week trial in which he impressed United scouts so much they snapped him up on a full-time contract.
A Nomads spokesman said: “[He’s] a very gifted player who is comfortable up front or in attacking midfield.
“Levent’s attitude and commitment to training and the club have been first-class and we wish him all the best during his time at Manchester United.
“He performed well in the game which saw him score four goals in a four all friendly, away at Carrington.
“From this he was awarded a six week trial, for which he has been successful and signed a full time contract with Manchester United Academy last week.”
Gundogan joined the Nomad academy two years ago and was selected for the Wales developmental squad that leads into the Under-16s team this season.