Arsenal youngster, Harrison Parker, has signed for Manchester United.

Harrison Parker
Harrison Parker

Manchester United have signed England u15 defender, Harrison Parker, from Arsenal, with the move being praised in Manchester.

The 15-year-old announced the move on his social media accounts which were then picked up by the media in Manchester.

 

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Parker left Arsenal in the summer after nine years at the club, reports claiming he wanted a new challenge which is quite a statement to make about someone who hasn’t even been on this planet for two decades.

The defender got a trial at United where he apparently impressed enough to be offered a deal.

There was said to be ‘serious competition’ for Parker’s signature after he decided to leave Arsenal and the player has gone straight into the u15 set-up at Old Trafford.

“Excited to have officially signed for @manchesterunited,” Parker wrote on Instagram. “The new chapter starts and the hard work continues.”

He has been given the number 5.

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