Largie Ramazani Is The first Burundian Player To Sign For Manchester United
LR: “Playing for United’s first team is my goal. Man United is the club of my dreams.”
Manchester United have signed teenage Burundian/Belgian striker Largie Ramazani. Ramazani was born in Burundi but began his youth career in Anderlecht’s academy before he moved to Charlton Athletic. The 16-year-old signed a four-year deal with the Old Trafford giants this week after joining from League One outfit Charlton Athletic.
The striker had been spotted playing for the Addicks’ U17s and the Belgian is expected to slot into United’s U18s side for pre-season.And Ramazani couldn’t hide his delight at joining the Red Devils, admitting that the club are the team of his ‘dreams’. The 16-year-old arrived at United’s Carrington training complex on Monday to begin pre-season testing.