Done deal: Man United officially complete another transfer deal, long term deal agreed


While Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is still on the lookout of bring more quality players into his squad before the summer transfer window close, the club are also looking into the youth rank as some of their young players are been sent out on loan to go gain some more first team experience.

England born defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has officially completed a loan move to join Leeds United on a long term loan, according to report from Daily Mail.

The ace whose performance was brilliant for the Red Devil in the Premier League and Champions League, faced some hard time on loan with Wolverhampton Wanderers last term.

He featured in just 6 games for Wolve before he returned to the Old Trafford but he is now on his way to play for Leeds next season.

The 20-year-old defender dazzling footwork caught the attention of some couple of coaches at the Old Trafford but I personally think he needs some more first team experience to top up his game.

He plays in nothing short 14 matches under manager Lo Louis Van Gaal in his breakthrough season. I have watched him play in so many occasions and I personally think he has the potential of turning such a brillaint defender like Gary Cahill if he is been given the chance to show himself.