Manchester United have made another addition at youth level with the arrival of teenage goalkeeper Tom Wooster.
The 15-year-old took to social media over the weekend to tease his move from Barnsley as he posted a picture of himself in United training gear stood outside their Carrington training ground.
Wooster has already represented England twice at Under-15 level and was named Barnsley’s academy player of the year for the 2019/20 season.
Although there is unlikely to be an official announcement MEN Sport understand a deal for Wooster has been completed with the teenage shot-stopper now likely to work with the under-16s.
Wooster becomes the latest exciting youth talent to be signed by United this year as they continue their revamp at academy level under Nicky Butt.
United have already pulled off plenty of coups with the arrivals of Marc Jurado from FC Barcelona, Alvaro Fernandez from Real Madrid, Alejandro Garnacho from Atletico Madrid, Isak Hansen-Aaroen from Tromso and Willy Kambwala from Souchax.
There have also been plenty of domestic deals with the arrivals of Joe Hugill and Logan Pye from Sunderland and highly-rated striker Charlie McNeil from Manchester City.
Fellow goalkeeper Radek Vitek was also signed earlier in the summer after agreeing a deal from Olomouc.