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Charlie McCann


A creative ball-playing midfielder who joined the club from Coventry City in 2017/18.

The England youth international is a United fan who jumped at the chance to come to Old Trafford and continue to learn his trade at the Aon Training Complex. He was named on the bench for the Under-18s for the 6-1 win over West Brom in March 2018 and will have a bigger part to play this season. His playmaking skills have already been evident as he likes to knit things together in the middle of the park and dictate matters with his range of passing.

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