The exciting teenager started his career in midfield before evolving into a more attacking role and will soon link up with the Red Devils
Manchester United have secured the signing
of promising Welsh attacking midfielder Levent Gundogan, his former club have confirmed.
The Under-14s star, who also doubles up as a striker, has signed a deal to join the Old Trafford club following a successful six-week trial, following two years with Connah’s Quay Nomads.
Gundogan caught the eye of United scouts while playing in a friendly match against one of their age-graded sides, scoring four goals.
The talented teen was selected by the North Wales development squad earlier in the campaign and is also expected to to break into Wales’ Under-16 side in the near future.
“[He’s] a very gifted player who is comfortable up front or in attacking midfield,” a Nomads spokesman is quotes as saying by Wales Online .
“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.
“Levent is a great example of the pathway for players in the FAW Academy system and the opportunities that are available to players to move to a higher level.”