Man Utd transfers: Red Devils take Watford’s Ogo Obi on trial

Man Utd transfers: The Red Devils have handed a trial to Watford youngster Ogo Obi

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Manchester United have handed a trial to Watford youngster Ogo Obi.

The 16-year-old, who scored 10 goals in five games at last year’s Milk Cup, is widely regarded as one of the brightest prospects in England and has also attracted interest from Arsenal and Liverpool, according to the Daily Mail.

The forward is now due to spend a period with United along with Benfica youngsters Joao Filipe and Joao Virginia.

Watford are keen on keeping the youngster and have offered him a place on their scholarship scheme plus a one-year professional contract – but no decision is now likely to be made until his spell at Carrington is over.

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