Manchester United should sign proven quality players this summer and they must also lure talented youngsters to improve their squad for the future.
Marcus Rashford earned his chance in the first team under Van Gaal and now the youngster is one of the key players for United under the management of Jose Mourinho.
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The good news for the Old Trafford faithful is that 16-year-old Harvey Neville, son of former Manchester United star Phil Neville, has followed in the footsteps of his father and uncle (Gary Neville) and agreed a move to Manchester United (The Mail).
The 16-year-old boy is a versatile player and as per The Mail and BBC, he can operate as a midfielder or a winger.
The teenage player started his career with the Red Devils before moving to the Sky Blues. After that he played for Valencia and now he is back at Old Stafford. Will he be a hit at the club? Only time will tell.