Watch United's six youngest goalscorers in the Premier League
Watch Kiko's famous goal against Aston Villa, all on its own
Here are Manchester United's six youngest Premier League goalscorers, featuring the man moving on to pastures new - Kiko Macheda...
Adnan Januzaj (18 years, 8 months) v Sunderland, 5 Oct 2013: The Belgian's two goals, both brilliantly taken, secured victory on his first Premier League start.
Nick Powell (18 years, 5 months, 24 days) v Wigan, 15 Sep 2012: He may have found first-team chances limited since, but a thunderbolt strike on his debut shows his potential.
James Wilson (18 years, 5 months, 5 days) v Hull, 6 May 2014: The young striker capped his rise through the ranks by scoring twice on his senior debut, having already netted for the Under-18, Under-19 and Under-21 teams earlier in the season.
Rafael (18 years, 3 months, 30 days) v Arsenal, 8 Nov 2008: The Brazilian was still new to the side back then and although United lost 2-1, his goal was a stunner.
Danny Welbeck (17 years, 11 months, 20 days) v Stoke, 15 Nov 2008: It was dream stuff for a local lad to smash a shot into the top corner at the Stretford End.
Federico Macheda (17 years, 7 months, 15 days) v Villa, 5 Apr 2009: United comebacks are commonplace but this one was different - an Italian kid coming on as substitute to seal a last-gasp win and put his side ahead of Liverpool in the title race. Incredible.