Manchester United have agreed to sign 14-year-old Norwegian prospect Isak Hansen-Aaroen this as reported by Daily Mail.
According to sources, the teenager was at United's Carrington training complex last week and will officially sign when he turns 16 next August 2020 with the deal expected to cost United around £90,000 in compensation.
A Norway U15 international, who scored his first international goal against Macedonia, Hansen Aaroen is an attacking midfielder and plays for Il Tromso. He has also had trials for Liverpool and Everton.
United's first team squad did not have a scheduled debriefing from manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Monday as initially planned but some were in for treatment and to say their end of season farewells.
Solskjaer, who is due in London for meetings this week, was far from happy with his side's final performance of the league season against Cardiff City and is promising to make big changes on and off the pitch this summer.
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