Manchester United desperate to sign young talent Harry Amass

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Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano reported that Manchester United is to finalize the signing of Harry Amass from Watford. As per a report from The Athletic, the Red Devils reached an agreement to acquire the 16-year-old left-back. Meanwhile, Romano confirmed the validity of this information. Thus, describing it as a ‘done deal’ and stating that the young player will secure a four-year contract at Old Trafford.

Watford played a significant role in developing the player over the years. Hence, they will receive a compensation fee for the transfer. Romano indicated that the agreement will be finalized and signed within the course of this week.

Despite Watford’s strong desire to retain the young player beyond his scholarship deal, the allure of joining one of the world’s premier clubs, Manchester United, has proven to be too tempting for him.

Will Manchester United be able to sign Harry Amass?

Prominent clubs have a propensity for acquiring top talents from various sources. Meanwhile, Harry Amass emerges as a promising young player in this context. Widely regarded as one of England’s most talented prospects, he possesses natural abilities as a left-back.

The Red Devils likely hold the belief that Amass has the potential to make a significant impact in their senior team in the near future. Being an established England youth international adds to his credentials. Furthermore, he will participate in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup scheduled for later this year.

Harry Amass should remain grounded and continue to maintain the same level of dedication and performance that has brought him success thus far. He shares similarities with attacking full-backs like Kyle Walker-Peters or Reece James. But it is important to recognize that he still has a considerable journey ahead before reaching their level of accomplishment.

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