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Harvey Neville


The son of former United favourite Phil and, of course, nephew to Gary.

Neville comes from a famous sporting family and has grown up with the game, moving to Spain when Phil was employed as a coach by Valencia. The midfielder joined the Mestalla club's youth team after previously being on the books of Manchester City. He plays out wide and could also be effective as a full-back, depending on what plans the coaches have in store for him. He is set to become part of the Under-18s squad for 2018/19.

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Gary Neville, on Sky Sports says

“He is on the right trajectory to become something really special for Manchester United. He was a massive problem all night and deservedly won man of the match - he was brilliant to watch.”

Gary Neville, on Sky Sports says

“They looked really dangerous going forward… the spring in the counter-attack is there and Rashford playing up front is fantastic - I love him to bits.”

Gary Neville, on Sky Sports says

“People will talk about Romelu Lukaku and how is he getting back in the team - don't worry about that, worry about the kid that's playing that's going to devastate teams.”

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