Manchester United have always had a strong academy. Recent players that have risen through the ranks from a young age include Tom Cleverly and Jonny Evans.
One of Sir Alex’s newest graduates is Robbie Brady, 20. As a winger, well regarded in his home country the young Irishman has appeared at every level for his country from under 17 levels to the senior squad.
His first appearance for Manchester United proper was in the League Cup, coming on as a substitute in the 86th minute. Brady and spent the last season on loan at Championship side Hull City. Brady impressed during his time at the Humberside club, scoring 3 times in his 39 appearances.
Brady impressed to the extent that the Tigers are looking to extend his development at the KC Stadium. Steve Bruce wants to bolster his squad by taking Brady on loan once more, and after losing left wing-back Joe Dudgeon to injury Brady will be a welcome addition to the Tigers’ left side.
Wolves are also reported to be interested in Robbie Brady, showing that there are several scouts out there that think he is a considerable future talent. Manchester United will be keen to get Brady plenty of first team football in the coming seasons to aid his development into a fully-fledged Premier league player.