Gonzalo Balbi - Spain
Saifeddine Alami Bazza – Spain
Joel Bravo - Ecuador
Fernando Canales - Peru
Kevin Salazar Chiquiza - Colombia
Marco Vinicius Di Lauro- Italy
Jose Figura - UK
Petar Golubovic - Serbia
Ismail H’maidat – Belgium
Brian Iloski - USA
Ryosuke Kinoshita - Japan
Dimitris Komnos – Greece
Kirill Laptev – Russia
Bubakary Sonko - Sweden
Teboho ‘Charlie’ Tsotetsi – South Africa
Dario van den Buijs – Belgium
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The 16 finalists of Nike's The Chance project have spent time at the club over the past week or so, rubbing shoulders with players and staff.
Unsigned footballers from all over the world are competing for a slot in the Nike Academy with the results due to be announced this weekend and, after visiting the US Soccer Academy and Juventus, the squad utilised the facilities at Carrington, The Cliff and Old Trafford before heading to St George's Park.
Three winners will be chosen to join the Academy - which is full-time and supported by the FA Premier League - and take a step towards emulating the likes of Tom Rogic. The Australian participated in The Chance before earning a contract with Celtic.
The UK's representative, Jose Figura, is one of the hopefuls striving for a career in the game. The United fan explained to ManUtd.com how he has altered his position in midfield since winning the World Finals in Barcelona.
"The coaches see me as more of a driving player now because