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Manchester City sign ‘explosive 1v1 winger’ with ‘wonder of a left foot’ from grassroots club in London



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Premier League giants Manchester City have continued a pursuit of the finest talents in football, with their latest recruitment coming from the grassroots level of the game.

It is the latest in a long line of deals concerning youth talents involving Manchester City and the City Football Group in recent months and seasons, as the global football organisation continues to stand ahead of a chasing pack when it comes to forward-planning.

Just this week, reports have indicated that City Football Group’s Girona are expected to finalise a deal for Uruguay international winger Luciano Rodriguez, with Manchester City almost certainly set to monitor his progress in Spain as a result.

In fact, successful performances for the La Liga club are likely to see Savio make a move from Girona to Manchester City, despite his parent club being ESTAC Troyes, with the loan deal and showings in Spain’s top division being worthy of the step up to the Premier League.

Now, the latest attacking move concerning Manchester City will see the club secure the services of a player from much further down the English football leagues, recruiting from the very base of the nation’s game.

As per the exclusive information of The Secret Scout reporting on X, Manchester City have secured the signing of under-14 attacking talent Javahn Woode from grassroots team Junior Elite in London.

Woode is described as being an ‘explosive 1v1 winger’ with a ‘wonder of a left foot’, with his talents simply emphasised by a staggering jump from arguably the bottom level of the sport to it’s very pinnacle.

It remains unknown as to what Manchester City’s plans are for Woode, however it is likely that he will be developed within the club’s academy system for at least the next four seasons before any switch into senior football will be considered.

City continue to set the standard for youth football in England, being home to the very best facilities for rising talents to learn and develop their game, whilst also gaining an education through the club’s partnership with a local school and college.

Elsewhere, Manchester City and the Philadelphia Union have finalised and confirmed an agreement that will see 14-year-old midfield wonderkid Cavan Sullivan join the club when he turns 18-years-old, after the teenager penned his first deal with the MLS side this week.