United fans must be gutted to hear the news for their 3 top academy stars leaving the club in previously which include the likes of Ravel Morrison, Paul Pogba and Robbie Brady. The sad part is that all of the three youngsters are making their presence club at their respective clubs than Manchester United.
Paul Pogba has been none less than star for the Old lady while Brady has been one of the main contributors for Hull’s good start to the season. Ravel Morrison on the other hand showed his class the other day by making a Ronaldo-esque and run and with a Messi-esque finish. That goal was a push start to the debates of ‘how United shouldn’t have let him go?’ on Twitter and on a social media as a whole.
But there is some good news for United as Sam Allardyce claims there might be a buy back clause and he is worried that United will return to land back the next big thing. He said, “I don’t know if there is a buy-back clause and what that figure might be if it even exists,” Allardyce is quoted as saying in the Sunday People. “But my real big worry is that Manchester United will come back to buy him.”
Off field issues saw the talented but troubled youngster sold to the Hammers in January 2012 in a complex £650,000 deal that sees United continue to pick up £25,000 for every first-team outing he makes in East London.