Teenage United attacker joins Boavista amid Sancho links

Teenage United attacker joins Boavista amid Sancho links
Teenage United attacker joins Boavista amid Sancho links

The 19-year-old left Old Trafford following the termination of his agreement prior this late spring, and he has affirmed he won’t sign another arrangement

Angel Gomes has affirmed he has left Manchester United, after long periods of theory about whether the 19-year-old would stay at Old Trafford.

It has been broadly detailed that he has finished paperwork for Ligue 1 side Lille on a free exchange, and could be sent straight out on credit.

Undoubtedly, RMC Sport cases Gomes has marked a five-year contract at Lille, and has joined Portuguese side Boavista on an impermanent premise.

Conceived in London however brought up in Salford, assaulting midfielder Gomes had been a piece of United’s set-up since the age of six and made his first-group debut under Jose Mourinho in 2017.

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Gomes won the Youthful Player of the Year grant for United’s Under-23s in 2016-17, yet just showed up altogether.

He bade his goodbye to Joined with an extensive Instagram post on Tuesday.

“It’s [taken] me a while because it’s not been easy to put my emotions into words.

“Sadly the time has come to end a beautiful chapter that has been my life for 14 years. Being from Salford, Manchester United is all I have ever known.

“I went from playing on my estate, pretending to be Wayne Rooney to being in the academy and doing the same.

“[On] May 21, 2017 I made my Premier League debut for the club of my dreams aged 16, replacing the legend himself, Wayne Rooney.

“I want to thank every single individual at the club for the help and encouragement I received, from the very first time I signed at the club.

“I want to thank all the coaches from every age group that looked after me from six [years old] to now.

“To all the kit men, Kath the receptionist, the media team, the security, the staff at the cliff, the staff at Littleton Road, the staff at Carrington to the cleaners, you all played a part in getting me to where I am today.

“It is time I take the next step in my career, I hope you can all be proud [of] what I go on to achieve. I wish the club and everyone involved the best of luck, you will all be missed more than you can imagine.

“I also want to thank the fans, your SUPPORT hasn’t gone unnoticed.

“Once a RED always a RED.”

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