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Manchester United stars produce two special moments as transfer confirmed



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Manchester United players have already made their mark on Euro 2024 as the club makes an interesting signing for the future.

Christian Eriksen played his first European Championship game since he collapsed on the pitch against Finland in 2021 with a cardiac arrest.

With 1100 days between that day and the clash against Slovenia on Sunday evening, it was brilliant for Eriksen to not only play but also open the scoring in the game.

While the game ended 1-1, Denmark are still in a favourable position to progress into the knockout stages.

Meanwhile, during England’s 1-0 win over Serbia, Kobbie Mainoo reached an incredible landmark as he made his competitive debut for his country.

The teenager replaced Jude Bellingham in the closing stages of the game and will be hoping for more involvement as the tournament progresses.

“Competitive debut and a great start to the tournament,” wrote Mainoo on Instagram after the game.

United are focusing on improving their first-team squad this summer, but they will also be aiming to continue improving the academy system that has been praised in recent years.

Mainoo and Alejandro Garnacho’s progression has been followed by an incredibly impressive Under-18s side that won three trophies last term.

Adam Lawrence’s side now have another talented option joining their ranks as the club completed a move for 16-year-old James Overy.

The young defender departed Australian side Perth Glory last year, and his family relocated to England, where he has been playing for Newton Abbot Spurs’ first team in the South West Peninsula League East Division

The MEN claim that Overy is expected to play for the Under 18s next season after signing a scholarship deal with the Old Trafford outfit.