Manchester United are close to signing Portugese second division striker Bruno Amorim, according to his club Oliveirense.
Speaking to Noticias ao Minuto, Antonio Jose Leite revealed that the move is "90% done" with the transfer to be completed imminently.
The 19-year-old whizkid is poised to join the academy at the Red Devils after the Portuguese side's club director confirmed the deal.
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"He had been promoted to the main squad but [United's] scout was alert and made a decision to take him there", Leite told Portuguese publication Noticias ao Minuto.
'At this time the business is 90% done and he may have an excellent contract ahead.
Both A Bola and O Jogo claim the player is now having a trial at the club and should be signing a contract with Manchester United soon. These details are not yet defined. Mourinho has already see the Red Devils bring in three new faces to the squad so far.
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Jose Mourinho has had another big-spending summer at United by bringing in Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof, but he's focusing on a player to add to the ranks of United's youth teams for the time being.
The Belgium worldwide and the Serbian midfielder arrived at Old Trafford from Everton and Chelsea respectively.
Manchester United are now preparing to kick off their second season under Jose Mourinho following the Portuguese coach's appointment at Old Trafford last summer. The duo's Premier League experience will be vital for Mourinho and United in the 2017/18 season.
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