Liverpool youngster Ethan Ennis rejects new deal to sign for arch-rivals Manchester United

16-year-old Ennis has signed a take care of United (Image: ethan_ennis.9)

Extremely-rated Liverpool teenager Ethan Ennis has accomplished a transfer to Manchester United.

16-year-old Ennis broke into Liverpool’s Underneath-18s final season, scoring 3 times on their run to the FA Youth Cup remaining.

The Reds supplied the midfielder a scholarship this summer season however the teenager has sought to look elsewhere to proceed his growth.

Ennis reportedly held talks with Chelsea having additionally visited their Cobham coaching base however has now confirmed he has signed a take care of Liverpool’s arch-rivals.

‘I’m delighted to announce that I’ve signed for Manchester United,’ Ennis wrote on Instagram, alongside an image of himself posing with the United shirt at Previous Trafford.

‘Grateful for this chance, can’t wait to get began.’

Amongst these to welcome him to the membership have been Marc Jurado and Alejandro Garnacho, two children who joined the United academy from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid respectively final summer season.

In keeping with the Liverpool Echo, Liverpool at the moment are owned a growth charge for Ennis.

If the 2 golf equipment are unable to return to an settlement, the charge might be determined by a tribunal.

United have additionally this week tied prolific academy forwards Joe Hugill and Charlie McNeil right down to new long-term contracts.

Goalkeeper Paul Woolston has additionally signed a one-year deal.

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