Manchester City have reached a full agreement to sign Manchester United youngster Harrison Parker, and a deal will reportedly be officially confirmed in the coming hours.
Parker, 17, is one of the brightest young talents in English football right now, and he has rejected a contract extension at Old Trafford to join their fierce rivals Man City.
That is according to Fabrizio Romano, who has also reported that Pep Guardiola’s side have agreed a deal to sign West Ham United youngster Divine Mukasa too.
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Back in July, Romano posted on Twitter: “Manchester City are close to reaching an agreement with Manchester United for top talented CB Harrison Parker.
“City have beaten four top clubs to the signing – agreement is close despite Man Utd offering [the] highest youth deal to keep Parker.”
The transfer expert then quote tweeted that post on Friday with a green tick emoji before following up with another tweet to confirm the news.
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He reported: “Manchester City will formally complete both Divine Mukasa and Harrison Parker deals today – documents being signed, then time to announce.
“Parker joins from Man United, exclusive news confirmed – Mukasa joins from West Ham. Two more for their ambitious Academy.”
While Man City are set to bolster their academy with the additions of Mukasa and Parker, they lost both Jack and Tyler Fletcher to Man Utd earlier this summer.
The Fletcher twins are the sons of former Red Devils star Darren Fletcher and they have joined Man Utd’s U18 team.
Man City’s summer business
Mukasa and Parker are set to become the latest two additions to Man City’s squad, although they will link up with the academy side first.
In regards to the first-team, Guardiola spent €241.9 million during the summer transfer window, with four new arrivals coming through the door at the Etihad.
Josko Gvardiol was the most expensive at €90m, while Matheus Nunes (€62m), Jeremy Doku (€60m) and Mateo Kovacic (€29.1m) also joined.