Manchester United have announced the signings of three new players to join their fold.
United confirmed the signing of Marc Jurado from Barcelona, Alvaro Fernandez from Real Madrid and Isak Hansen-Aaroen from Norwegian side Tromso but are still awaiting international clearance for the 16-year-old.
Jurado, 16, and Fernandez, 17, have been in quarantine since arriving in Manchester last month but have now received international clearance for the Spanish duo to join United's academy.
Full-backs Jurado and Fernandez have already started intensive English lessons and were introduced to their new academy coaches via Zoom calls.
Manchester Evening News revealed last week Norwegian Hansen-Aaroen has already started training with United's Under-18 side, along with fellow academy signings Joe Hugill, Logan Pye and Radek Vitek.
They look set to be joined at Carrington by Manchester City starlet Charlie McNeill, who has rejected a professional contract at the Etihad.
United are busy finalising a £750,000 deal to bring McNeill back to the club he supports and the England youth international will be placed in the U23 team.
They have also agreed a deal for Atletico Madrid youngster Alejandro Garnacho, with the striker due in Manchester later this week.
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