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Manchester United are taking a look at 19-year-old Germany youth worldwide Reda Khadra during an ongoing trial duration.

The teenager was because of play in recently’s under-23s friendly versus Doncaster’s first-team, which United lost 5-0, but he stopped working to receive international clearance in time and rather was forced to enjoy on from the sidelines.

He also will not be eligible for Wednesday’s EFL Trophy match versus the Class of ’92 owned Salford City unless he is signed on a permanent deal before then, but he will be able to play in the 2nd string’s upcoming friendly matches.

Khadra is a nominally right-winger however can play anywhere across the assaulting midfield positions, and he selected up three championship titles at different youth levels as he finished through the Dortmund system.

© Getty Images Khadra has been released from Dortmund this summer season

A star player in his age, Khadra impressed in the UEFA Youth League last season, when he scored in a video game versus Derby County.

But despite being tipped as the next interesting prospect to emerge from the Bundesliga club’s academy, he stopped working to stand out of first-team manager Lucien Favre and was launched when his contract ended in July.

Bild also report that he stopped working a trial with Stoke City prior to pitching up at United, where he is being deemed really much part of the under-23s side and not the first-team.

© PA United are seeking to get the finest young talent from around the globe

United are revamping their youth system this summer season to bring in several of the leading skills from around Europe.

Norwegian child Isak Hansen-Aaroen has actually signed up with from Tromso having made his senior debut last season at the age of 15 years and 319 days.

Right-back Marc Jurado, 16, has also joined the club from Barcelona.

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