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Three-year contract agreed: Former Paris-Saint Germain midfielder has signed for Manchester United


Manchester United are set to sign Paris Saint-Germain’s former academy star Aliou Badara Traore, according to Metro.

According to L'Equipe, the 16-year-old has already signed a three-year contract and will join their youth set up.

Manchester City and Juventus were also keeping an eye on the youngster but it seems he opted to make a move to Old Trafford.

He spent time at the Paris Saint-Germain academy before joining Sarcelles last season.

The youngster will be hoping to follow in the steps of Marcus Rashford who became a key element in Jose Mourinho's squad after spending time with the youth team.

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