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Anthony Elanga


Swedish-born wide player with plenty of talent and unpredictability.

The youngster has pace to burn and is capable of creating havoc down the flanks. He made his Under-18s Premier League North debut as a schoolboy, coming on as a substitute in the final match of the division at Liverpool. By bringing bundles of attacking energy to the squad, he can help cover the loss of some of the vibrant forwards from the 2017/18 squad who have moved up to the Under-23s.

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