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At around £15M too cheap for United, we will wait for Ajax or Dortmund to snap him up then after a year bid £60M. In seriousness though, do we need another developing RW in addition to Amad and Pelistri?
 

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Never heard of him and haven't seen the video but just from the thumbnail and him sending the defender packing has me convinced. Sign him up.
 

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His balance and speed looks incredible. Not sure where he’d fit in though - we have Elanga, Shola, Amad, Hannibal and Pellestri as prospects who will all play wide initially when/if they break into the first team.
 

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His balance and speed looks incredible. Not sure where he’d fit in though - we have Elanga, Shola, Amad, Hannibal and Pellestri as prospects who will all play wide initially when/if they break into the first team.
We'd be lucky if 1 or 2 from your list actually makes it here, however talented they are.
 

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Being danish and having seen him for probably in the region of 5-10 times this season, what I can say is that he is hugely impressive. Two weeks ago - after their win v FC Midtjylland - I messaged my older brother, saying that this lad will either play for Liverpool, Dortmund, Bayern, or Man. City by 2024 - I picked those teams because they have a good eye for talents, so seeing him linked with United is really fecking exciting to me because we rarely look to the Danish Superliga, despite there being dozens of exiting prospects.
 

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Looks like he plays left sided. Very quick. Good control. The fact that Ajax are after him makes me think he’s got something,
 

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Being danish and having seen him for probably in the region of 5-10 times this season, what I can say is that he is hugely impressive. Two weeks ago - after their win v FC Midtjylland - I messaged my older brother, saying that this lad will either play for Liverpool, Dortmund, Bayern, or Man. City by 2024 - I picked those teams because they have a good eye for talents, so seeing him linked with United is really fecking exciting to me because we rarely look to the Danish Superliga, despite there being dozens of exiting prospects.
With our manager, I’d be very surprised if he doesn’t pay attention to the Nordic markets
 

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Being danish and having seen him for probably in the region of 5-10 times this season, what I can say is that he is hugely impressive. Two weeks ago - after their win v FC Midtjylland - I messaged my older brother, saying that this lad will either play for Liverpool, Dortmund, Bayern, or Man. City by 2024 - I picked those teams because they have a good eye for talents, so seeing him linked with United is really fecking exciting to me because we rarely look to the Danish Superliga, despite there being dozens of exiting prospects.
What happened with Sisto? He moved to Celta Vigo if I remember right, has he impressed there?
 

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What happened with Sisto? He moved to Celta Vigo if I remember right, has he impressed there?
He’s back at FC Midtjylland. He had an okay first season at Celta and a great first half to his second season, ending the season with 9 assists and 5 goals in the league. Since then, it went downhill and the summer of 2020 he came back to FCM.

The talent is/was there 100 percent, but I’m afraid the mentality isn’t. Not that’s he’s unserious, but I think he listens to himself and his inner circle more than the professional physios/dieticians/trainers. A story broke when at Celta - after a long spell of bad performances - that he without the club’s recommendation or consent had started a diet plan solely consisting of fecking fruit... so...

And this season he was benched for a number of weeks for replying to his manager saying he was benched that “that’s fine, if I’m not playing the 10-role I wouldn’t want to play anyway” - to the managers well... displeasure.
 

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He’s back at FC Midtjylland. He had an okay first season at Celta and a great first half to his second season, ending the season with 9 assists and 5 goals in the league. Since then, it went downhill and the summer of 2020 he came back to FCM.

The talent is/was there 100 percent, but I’m afraid the mentality isn’t. Not that’s he’s unserious, but I think he listens to himself and his inner circle more than the professional physios/dieticians/trainers. A story broke when at Celta - after a long spell of bad performances - that he without the club’s recommendation or consent had started a diet plan solely consisting of fecking fruit... so...

And this season he was benched for a number of weeks for replying to his manager saying he was benched that “that’s fine, if I’m not playing the 10-role I wouldn’t want to play anyway” - to the managers well... displeasure.
Sounds a tricky character, the story about his diet consisting of only fruit is bizarre, don't think I've heard that one before.

Like you say, he clearly has a mentality issue if he's OK with being benched.
 

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At around £15M too cheap for United, we will wait for Ajax or Dortmund to snap him up then after a year bid £60M. In seriousness though, do we need another developing RW in addition to Amad and Pelistri?
LW. He's a right-footed inverted winger but very good left peg too. Replacement for James?
 
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Sounds a tricky character, the story about his diet consisting of only fruit is bizarre, don't think I've heard that one before.

Like you say, he clearly has a mentality issue if he's OK with being benched.
It was bizarre... no fat or protein and only carbs and sugar. How would a professional athlete in any sport benefit from that?

And yeah, the issue with the benching was twofold. First: you don't care about being benched? Second: you're not willing to sacrifice playing out of your preferred position and role for the benefit of the team? Really? You're not Michael Laudrup mate, simmer down.
 

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It was bizarre... no fat or protein and only carbs and sugar. How would a professional athlete in any sport benefit from that?

And yeah, the issue with the benching was twofold. First: you don't care about being benched? Second: you're not willing to sacrifice playing out of your preferred position and role for the benefit of the team? Really? You're not Michael Laudrup mate, simmer down.
Yeah very strange one, probably not good for his stomach either.

Shame how his career has panned out but you reap what you sow in football, you put the hard work in and you become a better player etc, if you don't then someone will take your place.
 

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We are going to need a wonder kid signing for this summer to keep our streak going after Mejbri and Amad / Pellestri. This guy seems to fit the bill
 

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Good skills but probably still too raw for the PL.

Rather than signing 50 of these kids I'd rather we just splashed £50m on Saint-Maximin who already does all these skills at pace in the PL.
 

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One thing I noticed is that he does Nani's flip celebration.

Maybe thats important
 
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Didn't we just sign the new Messi in Diallo, and the new Giggs in Pellistri?

Think we're OK for young wingers with potential.

Young wingers with potential being linked with us is nothing new - Leon Bailey, Kingsley Coman, Ousmane Dembele, Marcus Thurman, Harvey Barnes, Pedro Neto, Pedro Goncalves.....
 

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I'm Danish and follow the Danish league closely.

He is very exciting and certainly not a player we see often in the Danish league. His dribbling and pace are a level or two over most players in the league. He is very raw though, and lacks stability in his performances. That being said, he does something extraordinary or scores every other game or so. Certainly a bright light in a league dominated by sides that focus mostly on the physical and tactical part of the game.

He's nowhere near ready for the big stage. Needs a lot of game time, so we'd have to loan him out, if you ask me. If I was him I would probably choose a stepping stone kind of club right now. His club, FC Nordsjælland, a probably the best at producing talents in Denmark right now. I think they several times have had one of the lowest age averages in European football over the last 5 or so. However, many of the players they have sold abroad hasn't managed to kick on in their new clubs. That trend is maybe starting to change though. They recently sold Mohammed Kudus to Ajax, and he has managed to handle the step up very well.

I think the Neymar comparison comes from his current coach, who once said that he believes Kamaldeen has the potential to be better than Neymar. Not really a objective assessment of his potential.
 

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He looks great. It’s telling how scared the defenders look when he’s on the ball. Ajax scouts were at the game so he’ll likely land in Amsterdam over the summer, which is probably the best place he can go.
 

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It was bizarre... no fat or protein and only carbs and sugar. How would a professional athlete in any sport benefit from that?

And yeah, the issue with the benching was twofold. First: you don't care about being benched? Second: you're not willing to sacrifice playing out of your preferred position and role for the benefit of the team? Really? You're not Michael Laudrup mate, simmer down.
Everyone would die of malnutrition from that diet.
 

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He looks great. It’s telling how scared the defenders look when he’s on the ball. Ajax scouts were at the game so he’ll likely land in Amsterdam over the summer, which is probably the best place he can go.
Yeah great place to develop just need to look at that Brobbey more recently and of course De Jong/De Ligt/Ziyech. I would include Donny but right now he still has to prove himself at Utd
 

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Not at all United quality.

Someone like Kudus showed much more during his time at FCN.
 

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I'm going to stick my neck out and say, he doesn't have more potential than Neymar and we won't sign him.

Was thinking the exact same.

Like that lad from Ecuador or wherever a few months ago, all hype for a few days snd then nothing. I can't even remember his name to Google him.


Also, I hate these videos and the shit music. I don't even know what that was or why anyone would listen to it.
 

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Considering we have so many young players to play at wide, woudl be a weird one. Lets not forget Greenwood is still a teenager and can play both flanks, then there is Diallo, Pellestri, Elanga, Shoetire, Mjebri can play there. Considering how highly rated most of these playerss seem to be, I dont believe for a minute this link is genuine, regardless of his talent
 

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Was thinking the exact same.

Like that lad from Ecuador or wherever a few months ago, all hype for a few days snd then nothing. I can't even remember his name to Google him.


Also, I hate these videos and the shit music. I don't even know what that was or why anyone would listen to it.
Well he has signed for Brighton now so you will likely get to see what he’s made of soon enough.
 

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Well he has signed for Brighton now so you will likely get to see what he’s made of soon enough.
Found him.

I probably won't and I could be totally wrong here. He'll probably pop up at Granada or Getafe in a few years and I'll come across him while playing PES at some point. Then I'll remember him again.
 

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Being danish and having seen him for probably in the region of 5-10 times this season, what I can say is that he is hugely impressive. Two weeks ago - after their win v FC Midtjylland - I messaged my older brother, saying that this lad will either play for Liverpool, Dortmund, Bayern, or Man. City by 2024 - I picked those teams because they have a good eye for talents, so seeing him linked with United is really fecking exciting to me because we rarely look to the Danish Superliga, despite there being dozens of exiting prospects.
I created a thread on this player earlier this year in the Football Forum due to how impressive his game was at 18 years old at the time. He was displaying superb close control in conjunction with fantastic acceleration and superb agility where he was turning the opponent inside/outside, whilst showing incredible control of the ball.

Also our lead scout Tommy Nielsen was also at the player's last game and the player himself has confirmed that United are interested in him (vid below), along with Ajax and Leverkusen, with Ajax seemingly being the favourites due to the player himself prioritizing game time above all else. It'll be interesting to follow his progress because he looks like someone that could really explode at Ajax in the coming years.

 

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We are stacked with youngsters with good potential at the moment and I am interested to see how they do at our great club.
It seems that any youngster who can do a step over gets linked to Utd.....crazy sh1t!
 

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Found him.

I probably won't and I could be totally wrong here. He'll probably pop up at Granada or Getafe in a few years and I'll come across him while playing PES at some point. Then I'll remember him again.
He's been signed as Eves Bissouma's replacement who will more than likely be moving on this summer. I think you'll see a lot more of him next year if he's ready.