Largie Ramazani,


A tricky two-footed wide player who adds flair to the young Reds' attack.

Formerly with Anderlecht and Charlton Athletic, the Belgium Under-17 international was part of the group that took part in the pre-season training camp in Austria but had to wait for his clearance to come through. In the 2017/18 campaign, the wide man scored in both league games against one of the Reds' title rivals, Everton, and also claimed a cracker in the win at Stoke City, as the Belgian went on to score three goals in 14 appearances in all competitions. An Under-17 international and a bubbly character around the dressing room, Ramazani now hopes to build on a promising start to life in Manchester. He competed in the Under-17 European Championship in England and signed professional terms with the club at the end of the campaign.

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United Under 18s in action against Sunderland.

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Largie Ramazani celebrates his goal.

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Largie Ramazani heading the ball in training.

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Largie Ramazani looks on at training

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