Manchester City are extremely close to signing 17-year-old Manchester United prodigy Harrison Parker to add to their academy project.

Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the news about Manchester City’s imminent deal for 17-year-old Manchester United prodigy Harrison Parker. The Premier League champions have been working on a deal to sign the youngster for a few months now, with an agreement extremely close to its conclusion.

Manchester City are one of the prime examples of how a football club should run properly. The Cityzens have enjoyed a fruitful period on and off the pitch with their senior sides while also refreshing the ranks of their academy sides with quality additions and departures.

In the recent summer window, Manchester City made sales of over £70 million for their academy products. Cole Palmer is the only one with first-team experience. When some of these players leave, the club naturally replace those talents with new ones, and they are doing just that.

Manchester City are closing in on signing 17-year-old Manchester United prodigy Harrison Parker after working on the deal for months. Fabrizio Romano confirmed an agreement seemed imminent between the two clubs.

Manchester City are also close to signing West Ham talent Devine Mukasa, as the two players could have a chance of a joint announcement. They would flourish in the youth sides and continue their development towards their first-team dreams.

Manchester City had chased Parker for a few months now and would seem happy as the deal edges to its concluding stages. Romano suggested documents were already signed, and now all that remains is the official announcement.

Transfermarkt claimed Parker had already joined Manchester City on August 1. So far, there has yet to be an official announcement from either team. Beyond the signings of Parker and Mukasa, Manchester City are also looking at other young talents in the market.

For instance, they are close to signing Valentin Barco from Boca Juniors, while they also have PSG’s Warren Zaire-Emery in their sights. The additions of these stars would feature as first-team additions. Players like Parker and Mukasa would join the academy ranks.

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